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President Trump presides over a reshaping of Middle East power dynamic

All Things Considered

03:19 min | 5 d ago

President Trump presides over a reshaping of Middle East power dynamic

"The White House was trying to resolve the Israeli Palestinian conflict with the quote deal of the century, but the Palestinians were not among those signing the so called Abraham Accords today. It was the foreign ministers of the United Arab Emirates in Bahrain, agreeing to open diplomatic and economic ties with Israel. President Trump's staged an elaborate ceremony to mark the occasion were here this afternoon to change the course of history. After decades of division and conflict, we marked the dawn of a new Middle East. Neither Bahrain nor the United Arab Emirates were at war with Israel. They had been working quietly together to counter Iran. Israel's Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, thanked the the US US president, president, You You have have unequivocally unequivocally stood stood by by Israel Israel side. side. You You have have boldly boldly confronted confronted the the tyrants tyrants of of Tehran. Tehran. You've proposed a realistic vision for peace between Israel and the Palestinians, Palestinian see the deal's as a betrayal by their Arab allies and an effort by the Trump administration to undermine the Arab peace initiative. That plan calls for normalization with Israel after the Israeli Palestinian conflict is resolved. The Trump Administration took a different approach, says Aaron David Miller of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. They reserved all the honey for Israel in the key Arab states and all the vinegar for the Palestinians. The idea is that as Arab states normalize ties with Israel and get big arms deals with the U. S. They will put pressure on the Palestinians to make peace with Israel on terms more favourable to Netanyahu. Miller says It's known as the outside in approach, and he recalls numerous conversations about this with Trump's son in law and advisor Jared Kushner. It was just easier for them. It was more attractive for them. It was much more in keeping with the pro Israeli sensibilities both for political reasons, and in the case of Mr Questioner and others emotionally To align themselves with the eyes outside in approach. It's starting to pay off. But the Trump administration is still short of its ultimate prize, Miller says. Getting Saudi Arabia on board. My only concern is that they have hyped and Who plotted to the point where That may not yet be wanted. But if other Arab states join the party, particularly the Saudis, then I think you've got something that will be much more enduring. The Arab foreign minister say they're not turning their backs on Palestinians and Moradi Abdullah bin Zayed, speaking through an interpreter reminded Netanyahu that he agreed to suspend plans to annex parts of the Israeli occupied West Bank. You can look after dark cell. Um thank you for choosing peace and for halting the annexation off Palestinian territories at position that reinforces our shared will To achieve a better future for generations to come. In this time of a pandemic. The men didn't wear masks as they signed their deals with Israel. They did, however, avoid a public handshake. And while the ceremony was taking place at the White House, Palestinian militants in Gaza fired two rockets into southern Israel.

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Tennys Sandgren on rocking and rolling onward

The Tennis.com Podcast

04:12 min | Last month

Tennys Sandgren on rocking and rolling onward

"Alright tennis sang welcome to the podcast today I'm doing well Nina. Thank you. We're here at the greenbrier in West. Virginia, how has your experience been so far with World Team? Tennis? It's been great. To. Get Out of the House and. Compete play tennis. Due to. Be Around People to a degree, which is nice and Enjoy playing cordon being the team environment does it feel unusual on strange naturally playing back to back to back matches with some kind of level of consistency in Structure Yeah remembering. What it's like to feel hurt. After like three or four or five days playing in Rhode some of the older injuries. Sovi stuff that POPs up. STARTS POPPING UP. It's like Oh. Yeah. I remember you were. been there in the last few months but you're back it's nice to see you again. Sore accuser sore shoulder there you're Let's Kinda just more familiar than not. It's nice. Guy. Getting a rhythm actually played. Feel like you're finding feet. Tennis in pretty good as far and having some kind of level of structure of like you know the next two weeks or three weeks of the season. You're you're playing tennis and it's going to count for something right? Right EXAC, which feels familiar versus. You've got two or three weeks, two or three months ahead of you and you're like I don't know what I'm doing just practice. I guess you know it's it's it's nice to have that sort of structure that hasn't been the case thus law when the shutdown happened, where were Indian Wells or at home, and how did you react to it because initially I know for me I didn't think it was going to be very long. I was I was in malls Things started cancelling and. I thought that things we're GONNA get cancer for a little while immediately. So frustrated reminds like tournaments going on per usual. no. Definitely not. So it's Kinda Bizarre I. Don't think anybody really knew how to plan. The deal is GONNA be knowledge. Really I don't think anybody who's alive is this who have pandemic thus far On New with people Handled it well, I thought about buying a bike and biking home from. from California crossed my mind. Actually I, I have nothing to do for the next. Two months. I knew it like within the first day of cancelling I'm like, what am I gonNa do for the next forever. So I thought about doing that night I didn't because that would have been crazy for me. Would you put your bags? Ship them. By call. And vicompte. Do, you bike a lot normal life. Okay Just silently confronting the try. But you can try all kinds of stuff knowing at that point you're you only played it knows me four months but did you try anything else? Knew that was different for you that maybe is out of character when you're usually on tour grinding. Now try anything different to be honest. I just got better at drums a little bit and let stop the smallest margin veteran drums and basically stay the same everything else you deflect tunes until. I could go to sleep wake up and do the same days. Did you feel any like like about like when you're GonNa get back or did you kind of enjoy having a of a break? I would not use the word enjoy Also having Zayed's Elon we're back she's like. Oh, just feeling filling days. It's difficult because you can't plan anything. You can't be like why can't play tennis but I'M GONNA go do. XYZ and. have another purpose in life to go do something. Purpose nothing to really accomplish. During the fact that everything shutdown. Now do. and. Maybe get a glimpse of would be like to retire just like like sixty retired like K now.

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Israel, UAE agree to normalize relations, with help from Trump

Morning Becomes Eclectic

00:46 sec | Last month

Israel, UAE agree to normalize relations, with help from Trump

"Trump says the United Arab Emirates has agreed to recognize Israel. He calls it a historic breakthrough. To have had informal business and security ties for years, NPR's Michelle Kelemen reports in a statement. President Trump says the delegations from the two countries will meet in the coming weeks to sign a Siri's of bilateral agreements on everything from tourism to security and diplomatic relations and Moradi. Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed describes the agreement As a road map toward establishing bilateral relations. He also points out that the agreement would stop further Israeli annexation of Palestinian territories. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had promised annexation in July, but Arab countries, including the US opposed it.

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NFL player Zay Jones reveals heartfelt encounter with white stranger amid George Floyd protests

Daily Pop

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

NFL player Zay Jones reveals heartfelt encounter with white stranger amid George Floyd protests

"Football player Zeta-jones. He tweeted about a moment that happened to him. A reads quote. I was just out of local home. GOODS STORE WITH MY cousin getting furniture for my place. When an elderly white woman approached me at the checkout counter, she looked at me with tears in her eyes, and then said I'm from Minneapolis and I. Just want you to know you matter to me.

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Going All In on Sleep Hygiene

Forever35

09:05 min | 4 months ago

Going All In on Sleep Hygiene

"I love what you wrote here you do in our in our little prep document. He said okay. Gone all in on my sleep hygiene. Those words are music to my ears. Well you know I wrote this document before I went to bed last night and then last night was just in party with Mehan insomnia just a sexy dance between the two of us but it was okay. I figured it out I worked through it. I would say insomnia is probably not the maybe it is the right term but just I had a really hard time falling asleep. I could not do it last night. I did all my little things that I try but then finally I've mentioned this on a recent episode of here for you but I got mentioned again. A listener recommended something called good day. Chocolate sleep supplement candy coated pieces with one milligram of Melatonin per piece. Now got some in a grocery order. I should tell you Dorie yes I ordered it. I had done like a whole foods pickup order. Okay and I put this on my list thinking it'd be like a big bottle of vitamins. It is eight pieces of. Oh my gosh. It's so tiny. It's literally like the size of an a little cardboard box the size of an eraser that you get an elementary school. It's a very small. Wow or eight pieces of chocolate and I've already had two of them last night. So like you now loops and I just dropped. What on my desk so just FYI. I I don't know I need to do a little more research on if I can acquire more but they are basically giant chocolate eminem like candies that have Melatonin in them and at one thirty last night I took to them and that did help me transition into sleeping. Okay do you know. Do you know why you weren't able to fall asleep last night. Okay as I confessed to. You already pre recording. I was doing the thing where a looked at my phone late. Yeah and I regret it. I deeply regret it. So let me let me. May I fill listeners? In on kind of just what? I'm Lee the steps. I am taking s please. I would like nothing. So our we've talked about sleep hygiene a lot on forever thirty five and I have always found it to be a struggle and I've had sleep issues in the past and they go hand in hand with my anxiety so i. It's pretty clear to me that this is pandemic related. Yes omnia and stress like I know what it is and I do feel very fortunate that like while I do have to wake up and work and take care of my family. It's not like I have to wake up and be at an office eight o'clock so because when I used to get this kind of sleep. Insomniac used to be at work at eight and it would be this kind of like all night panic about it So so that is. That is very lucky for me. I feel like right now. That is that does help. But I'm trying to figure out ways in which to not Trigger this kind of bedtime sleeping Zayed's so the one thing I need to do that I think really helps get off my phone about an hour before I plan on falling asleep. Okay and that is hard for me because like when I go to wash my face a bring my phone okay. Do you do this studio the no? I put my phone away before I start my whole bedtime routine brain. It's like I want be looking at facebook while I'm washing my face. That's what I do. Here's what I do and like you. Can you're welcome to do or not do this? I don't care if I'm if I'm doing something in the living room like say watching TV. I will finish watching TV. I'll take one last look at my phone. And then I'll plug my phone in the kitchen and then like I'm done with the phone for the night. Ooh And I go into my bedroom. I change into my pajamas or maybe. I'm already in my pajamas. I do my whole you know. Wash my face put on my serums my lotions. I brush my teeth floss etc. Do Yoga Toes. I write in my journal I'll usually read kindle for a little bit Last night I was on my ipad looking for something but I will talk about in a little bit but I try and I try to stay off my ipad because then I get then. It's tempting to look at news websites and I don't want to be doing that and then I usually get so tired. I often fall asleep while reading. Yeah that's amazing like lights on kindle in hand and then I like jerk. Oh Okay and then. I'll put the kindle away turn up late and like really go to sleep. I feel like that's how you know that you hit Middle Age because I do that too and I feel like I would watch my parents do that and be like they are so weird though kick in their bedroom and they both leap with the lights on with books on their totally but like now we're there and it feels good and like you get why you just Kinda like close your eyes mid book. Yes I I've had that experience in my better sleep days and I and I I really admire that. You are so consistent with that that and not the just that it works but that like you. So much of it is forming the habit. And you've done that and you've done that as long as this podcast has been in existence even before you know well. Yeah I mean as discussed on this podcast. I have had to be consistent because of my sleep disorder and even though I still get night terrors. Having a consistent sleep routine does help. So did you talk to anyone. Like did someone guide you through figuring out asleep routine in terms of dealing with your sleep disorder or is this something. There's a lot of articles about it that I consulted. It's also partly why and Matt Matt and I are at odds about this. I like to have my bedroom be cave like I like it pitch dark preferably like blackout curtains. No late getting in quiet as to WHO and he likes to like. He likes to wake up with Natural Light. Which means that there's late seepage. All the time and I so yeah so so that's been that's often been a source of conflict but lake ultimately. I think the person with a sleep disorder wins out a man But yeah like some of the like I've talked about this before but like going to sleep at a consistent time every night is also very important. Yeah Yeah having that wind down period is important earplugs. I mask like do earplugs at night. I do okay okay. Do you have a certain brand of that? You like or is it just kind of like a generic drug store earplug. It's a generic drugstore earplug. I believe the one I have right now are from walgreens great shoutout to Walgreens shout to Walgreens I so I don't know I like a very loud white noise eight. Yes yes and I love the variety of white noise. Machines have cranking up all over my house. I have been finding Melatonin to be very useful and as well as reading and journaling at night. That does really kind of helped me wind down. It's the transition from phone to non phone that has been really hard and maybe I need to move my phone out of the bedroom completely. I've been leaving it on my desk. Which is in my bedroom and as you mentioned you like when we were talking about this previously I think work needs to be kept out of the bedroom but right now. My workspace is literally twenty four inches from my bed. That's very hard right now. I'm sitting at my desk and I can reach behind me and touch my bed. So that is. That is a little tricky. Like I will look at my computer and I'll think of something I haven't done for the podcast and I'll be like oh just do this one flip it. Oh men and do it. So so. That's that's hard for me to. I need to kind of start figuring that out but I will say I have been wearing an eye mask a lot more in not only is it helpful and filtering the light. There's something about the pressure of it. That is comforting. You do you experience that like the jazz header. Caress of an eye pillow against my face. I'm finding very soothing. That's very

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What Are The World's Biggest, Baddest Jigsaw Puzzles?

BrainStuff

06:18 min | 4 months ago

What Are The World's Biggest, Baddest Jigsaw Puzzles?

"Even before. It became a popular way to while away the hours days and weeks during isolation putting together. Jigsaw Puzzles was a favourite family activity. But did you know that? Jigsaw Puzzles have their origin in education. Sir John Spills Berry an English engraver and map maker in the mid. Seventeen hundred is credited with creating the first jigsaw puzzle in seventeen seventy six by attaching a map of the world to a piece of wood then cutting the country's out teachers used the maps to teach geography to their students and a recreational activity was born spills berry would hardly recognize his creation today in the early part of the twentieth century. Jigsaw Puzzles were used as marketing tools often given away or sold for mere pennies today companies. Still use puzzles for creative marketing. Take Kodak for instance. It's selling what it. Claims is the quote world largest jigsaw puzzle. We HAVE TO ADMIT. This thing is pretty huge. The fifty one thousand three hundred piece puzzle features twenty-seven injuries from around the world and when completed measures twenty eight point five feet by six point. Two five feet. That's eight point six meters by one point nine meters and this beast costs more than four hundred dollars but all due respect to the Kodak Jigsaw puzzle. The world's largest jigsaw puzzle by surface area. According to Guinness World Records was put together in Dubai in July of twenty eighteen. The puzzle was an honor of the year of Ziyad a year long tribute to the founding father of the United Arab Emirates. The late Shahid there are more than twelve thousand pieces in the puzzle which was an image of Zayed the official record size measured sixty five thousand nine hundred and five point one seven square feet which is six thousand one hundred twenty two point six eight square meters putting together. Jigsaw puzzles is a Greek group activity but one thousand six hundred students of the University of Economics Ad Hoc Human City in Vietnam took it to the next level. When they completed the jigsaw puzzle with the most pieces on record five hundred fifty one thousand two hundred and thirty two to be exact when it was finished the puzzle measured just over. Forty eight by seventy six feet about fourteen by twenty three meters. It took the students seventeen hours to create the massive puzzle which featured a lotus flower with six petals. But what about the hardest jigsaw puzzle? Ever it contains only nine pieces and it's called the puzzle nine it was designed by Asaka. It includes a small board. The nine pieces include right angles and curved edges. That fit together in several combinations. Think Tetris but way harder. The challenge is getting the last piece to fit. It's nearly impossible to fit all the pieces on the board. It took Chris Ramsey a magician video creator and master puzzle or two hours nine minutes to solve the ice nine and by his own description. He was completely exhausted. By the end of the experience. You Sokha created another equally. Difficult puzzle called the Jigsaw Puzzle. Twenty nine the challenge here is to fit twenty nine pieces into a five by five inch. That's twelve by twelve centimeter trae. It comes with five corner pieces. Just let that sink in. Then there's the largest hand cut wooden jigsaw puzzle Guinness record held by Dave Edmunds England. Who created a forty thousand seven hundred sixty three piece puzzle celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee the puzzle which featured thirty-three Images of Jubilee celebrations was twenty by eight feet? That's six by two and a half meters. When completed though it collapsed soon after Evans completed it took him and force. More than sixteen days to rebuild the puzzle and move at Sandringham where it went on display and was confirmed as the Guinness World record holder. We spoke by email with Caitlin vesper records manager with Guinness World Records North America. She said one of the main criteria for all Guinness World Records titles is that they must be breakable. Every record titled S- monitored is open to being challenged which allows for all kinds of record breaking opportunities all over the world. The Guinness record for most Jigsaw puzzle pieces tattooed on the human body belongs to the aptly named enigma. Sometimes known as Paul Laurence. Who'S A sideshow performer? Actor musician originally from Seattle in two thousand eleven enigmas set the record for having two thousand one hundred twenty three puzzle pieces tattooed on his body from head to toe in no word on whether anyone comes close to second but many puzzle records are held by companies such as the record for the largest spherical jigsaw puzzle. It measured fifteen point seven feet. That's four point. Seven seven meters in circumference and it was made by unit industrial limited in Hong Kong and featured scene from Winnie the Pooh vesper said brands and businesses. Come to US looking to harness the power of record-breaking to commemorate anniversaries and celebrations or to highlight the launch of a new product. Whole communities can come together to attempt to record to a like in March of two thousand nineteen when more than one thousand seven hundred people formed the largest human jigsaw puzzle piece on record a I. The record raised awareness for autism spectrum disorder. The puzzle pieces the symbol for the autismspeaks organization. Vesper explained each Guinness World. Records title has a set of guidelines. That must be followed. The record for the largest human jigsaw puzzle piece is a great example to highlight. This is considered one of our largest human image categories and the idea is to have a group of people gathered together to form a recognizable image. We define a jigsaw puzzle piece as an oddly shaped interlocking and Tessa leading piece designed to be part of a larger picture. The human image to be created would need to be instantly recognizable as a puzzle piece and not an entire puzzle. This record title can be broken if another group creates same image with a larger group of people. Anybody up for the challenge.

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When Healthy Eating Goes Too Far

Food for Thought

08:19 min | 5 months ago

When Healthy Eating Goes Too Far

"Going Vegan Veggie. You simply eating more veggies can all be healthy lifestyle choices but if doing so gives you. Zayed he about hanging out with friends makes you fear certain foods. It can actually be quite dangerous because yes being to healthy can actually be unhealthy for some restrictive. Eating is a short live stage that ricochets into a junk food rebellion for others. They find their way back to the middle of the road. But for some money the so called healthy way of eating can become a true obsession and at its most extreme. An eating disorder known as author. Xia this week's food for thought explores when healthy becomes unhealthy with Dr Nikki Stump Surgeon TV presenter and author of pretty unhealthy. Helen Nikki. Hi Thank you for having me. Really Nice debate here per exciting. I am beyond excited. I think since receiving your book getting to read it in being completely inspired and upset fully instagram Graham Wall. And just seeing what you've been getting up to you it's a pleasure to have you in the. Uk's at thank he owner thank you. I think we'll start with whether someone who's we'll go right him. Web someone's been diagnosed with an each use solder or slightly lesser degree. All serve preoccupation of being unhealthy. One is that unhealthy the occupation of being too healthy. Yeah I think that's a really good question because I think you've kind of alluded to it. Then you in in that question that use. You're walking a fine line. It's it's It's very easy to step from one thing to something that is is not so great for you. So you know. It's reasonable to be conscious and observant. About what you ate and making sure that you're exercising not smoking and drinking and all those kinds of things that's important but then when you get really caught up in it to a point where it is impacting your mental health. Your physical health. Your social well-being forget about that. A Lot. That's why. I think we start to get into territory where you are you looking at something. That's possibly not that good for you. You'll completely right the so many factors involved. I think for anyone to just identify acknowledging themselves. I'm not quite happy right. Now is quite a big step because often people in this country. We still have a thing as what at the moment weight is often seen as such a defining health. I don't know what your thoughts are. Matt Yeah I think white is is not going anywhere as as something that people Reach full particularly In an instant to to make a judgment about their own health or somebody else's health but it's really just not that simple econ deny that in some situations in some circumstances. Some people yes. Your weight is a factor in that can be at either end as well But I think that to look at someone and say Oh look at yourself and say I'm unhealthy because of I figure on the Sky Oh That's not rise. It doesn't really have have the support that we think it does. Yeah I think so. We use Via Mind it. It's so tricky because I got a lot of clients coming in clinic saying all the doctors told me. I'm just above the BMI. Actually have any health problems yeah so I mean BMI. I think is rightly criticised and analyze. And I think that if you're applying it to an individual it's a tool that has very little use if you're applying it to screen someone so looking for problem if you're applying it to perhaps population level or re as a research tool that has validity. But you know I think one of the things that people don't always understand about science and research and medicine and so on and so forth is that you know our tools always in perfect and one of the things that makes perfect is the way that we use them. So if we use be my willy nilly then yeah it's not. It wasn't designed for If we use it to look at an individual in front of us and decide if they're healthy that's wrong but if you're using it for the things that's been designed for it has some Information giving capability. And that's where we need to be using it I completely agree. It's just a wider understanding because things can be taken so literally all the time. Want to believe in one number having the solution or absolutely everything without simple you can be over way to be very fit. Yeah absolutely I you know. One of the things that is important in your health is not necessarily that defined. Yes Oh no I'm I'm above or below a number It's actually what you do and we know in particularly for women that no mash. They're they're they're white so their their body composition that if they live a healthy lifestyles in they take all the boxes for nutrition darn smart etcetera that they have a very significant health benefit. So I I'm I've really moved away from from that kind of thinking that you know. We have to get you to a low beam. I will take into account solely secretly with my patients. I'm very focused on what they're doing. Now I'm just trying to get them to to be. Active for example is is just one simple thing that's so refreshing into comfortable adult as well because this is something that unfortunately we see such a lot of this country because medics in this country. Don't get enough nutritional education. Yeah lifestyle education and to hear you say that is wonderful. Yeah even with that in mind. I'm just one piece of the puzzle. You know so if I identify that someone Is is needing some help. With what eat or exercise you reach for your for your experts. Now I'm sure like like the NHL. We're pretty eater stretched with results. So you know. It's not always easy to do that. And I. I think that doctors should be able to give out the basics just like You know my allied health colleagues give out the basics of what I do as well you know. We all work in this together by. I think it is time to to sort of change up our thinking and the way we give advice across the board. Yeah completely. I think is often a misconception. As well that it's all about overeating Ashley. You can be overweight and be quite malnourished as well. Connie that for me. I don't think people realize no and I think the way to to look at this is to Magin if you are overweight and you your diet consists less assay solely of takeout food so that that's all you rating by doing that by eating that very Calorie dense food You are unfortunately missing out on a lot of nutrients So for example you know are based on our. That's a word that is very loaded by mere medically speaking someone who paps has a extra white in the medical complications of it they can be still lacking in in Macronutrients. They can still be lacking micronutrients. you know so. It's not that straightforward to say to say that all that they're very well nourished nor that actually might not be exactly. You can be both ends of the spectrum I said and be completely malnourished. Do you see this getting worse and Western society off. I mean that's sort of what the data suggests you know so if you look at you know. Uk Australia us now. We're all fairly on power. We have pretty similar Spectrum of issues I think health issues and outside of the sphere of food and weight and so on and so forth with pretty similar and I. I do think that that it is the all of these things are increasing And then not just about US eating too much You know all of these choices that we might happen in a system. That is designed to make eight to macho exercise too little. I mean near tobacco. Advertising is literally designed to get. You know it's you know we're not we're not failing ourselves we are filed by system at lodge.

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Inner Peace

The Daily Meditation Podcast

07:32 min | 7 months ago

Inner Peace

"I wanNA share with you as I mentioned in and episode or two or three back in this series the importance of humor in fact I encourage you as a little challenge to spend some time today or at least before the week ends laughing and kicking back and just taking things a little more easily than maybe you normally do. This is so important and vital for your health. And if you could do this while you're with others you get extra bonus points for that because research shows that win you laugh you actually engage your breath which helps to relax you but you take your mind off of your anxiety and it kind of brings you back down to a sense of balance where things can come into perspective when you are laughing or viewing something. Funny you might think of some ridiculous person you saw or some hilarious reaction to something you saw or just a movie. I really encourage you to do this for yourself today. And I want to share with you as well that the more you do these techniques and the more insight you gain on anxiety the more confidential having yourself and this is going to lessen the fear that arises that contributes to the anxiety anxiety is all about fear and uncertainty so the more you can feel safe having confidence in yourself and also an others in your life then the more you're able to get through life's inevitable challenges. So do things that make you feel confident. Follow your passion a little more. Maybe no one else is interested in what you're passionate about or maybe you just don't follow your passion because you don't have so many opportunities you know. I love to dance and in fact I used to dance a lot but where I currently live besides tango lessons which those are really fun to do. Tampa where I live has a pretty active tango community. But I like dancing individually a lot better and so I just haven't been able to find a dance studio. That's not for children near me. There are some but there maybe an hour from where I live so I just started doing youtube dance videos and really have felt pretty good. I'll wake up in the morning and get all excited and look for a dance video. And I don't mean a fitness aerobic or zoom but type of dance video. I mean a really cool expressive dance class and at first. I found it really frustrating because it took me forever to Google around and find the right dance class but when I think back on it it probably took me an hour total to find something that I really liked and now I do it regularly. That would be the same thing as if I had driven to a dance class and take the dance class just once so when you put things into perspective then it really helps and also gain more confidence because you just feel a little more empowered when you can put things into perspective but it is something that requires practice so the more you show up for yourself and pursue your passion and talk yourself out of giving up the more confident you will feel more. You're practicing confidence. So think about your passion and do it and if your passion involves fitness well you know that it only takes twenty minutes. Research shows of fitness exercise to reduce symptoms of anxiety. You flood your body with endorphins. And there's a lot of recent research that I've really been experimenting with for myself and I'll share it with you here that involves when you increase your body heat which is a natural result of exercise. But even if you go into Asana this can alter neural circuits that control cognitive function and mood and this includes the neurotransmitter. Serotonin Pat feel-good hormone. So researchers believe that you can boost your mood and increase relax -sation and greatly diminish during Zayed's simply by moving to where you build up a sweat where you're generating that heat and I have been noticing some great results for myself so experiments. See what works for you well. I think you're ready for the different meditation techniques so settle yourself down and as you do so repeat our affirmation this week which is each day is a new beginning. Each day as a new beginning each moment is a brand new start. Maybe you thought of something you could pursue this little seed of inspiration can germinate when you feed it so think about it. Come up with a plan and take small actions to accomplish it. You might hold your hands in our mood or for that week. Which is the long mood row which hails from Japan? And it's a simple Mudra to do you bend the knuckles of your Middle Finger. Your other fingers are upright and then you push together your knuckles your middle fingers. Uring finger may want to stay down there. Just try your best to keep it upright even if they attach. You can hold this. This is the mood. That helps to sue sorrow and fear. It's a murderer to help. You see the bright side of things hold loot for up to ten minutes four times a day or for however long you feel comfortable holding it hold it in your lap or at your chest. Whatever feels best

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Austin Bogina Relentless Forward Progress

9INE POINT Started With A Dream Podcast w/ Jacolby Gilliam

07:06 min | 7 months ago

Austin Bogina Relentless Forward Progress

"Quick night that Wanna come with a wanted when you're younger than athlete will. When you're being a dream the goal to achieve really being a small town southeast Kansas Farm Kid. We played everything. We were multi. Sport athletes. Really. There was no specialization in any one thing and so you know. I've always been a baseball player in really was trying to follow in that. At running mom was a collegiate runner. An so running. It was always kind of air but baseball is came much more easy for me. Running Zoe's been really tough definitely not very naturally talented. And that's been very frustrating for me. His remind tire time man. I'm still at it and so really. I think that was one of the big things was when going through high school and at a kind of a low level class to wear. The competition wasn't use out of this world like some of the other states and so really a kind of introduced me to a lot of success pretty early on and religious kind of made me hungry for more and I was like I had something to prove and in running you know that was the one thing I felt like I had control love. I felt like I didn't have to depend on your four. The guys on the quarter now heir to the ball players on the field and I liked that because I felt like I was working so hard frustrated with some of the other sports that were running came along and be a distance runner. I was able to take that into my own hands and really start figuring out what it was gonna take for me and my strengths. How I was going to succeed at this or and I knew it was going to be a lot harder for me than it is for a lot of others in and so. I think you're right from the leaving high school going into college. I was so hungry I had no idea what was in store for me. I the school I ended up signing with his State University down in Pittsburg. Kansas and I remember walking into coaches office as he's recruited me told him I was like you're going to be your. I Trust Country National Champion and this division two level on very competitive and I had no idea what I was in for Housing Estate Champ in high school and so I think just saying those unrealistic goals early on was really tough for me but in the long run. That's really really helps. I feel I. I manage to stay after for years and years and years now and it seems like it's all finally coming together so when they say you know you gotta put in that work you after year. There's no better testaments than if you look my progression of how it's been cazadores so many years when I was just sitting at home just so upset why others around more success. Y You know things working for me and I just tell myself it's GonNa work is going to work. It's going to work in you know I didn't have quite the success. I want to in college but I will say that. I wouldn't trade having a successful college for the success on having now post-collegiate Lee because I'm going to have a lot more of that and a lot more time to work with now and so that's kind of put on man awesome kind of thing going on that though will check building across country. It not much attention on a ride. It doesn't get the love that no football or basketball. Get so for you. What was your drive with? All internal did he won't be what did know. Your name will go driving. You WanNa be best. Yeah that's a great question. I've had a lot of people asking it out lately. Kind of what drives me. I've trained alone. I graduated in sixteen and so on finished up mileage ability in fifteen in stuck around next year to graduate into teaching in so I I've been at now for the third year of training myself. I train alone and so I mean I'm a high mileage guy so I put in a hundred hundred and forty mile weeks by myself most weeks and so that s really tough but I think the thought that just keeps me going now is just knowing that you know. I have done it for so long. I know that for me part of getting out the door and going by myself every day putting in to our runs you know every other day. It's knowing that once the race comes around. It's so much easier for me to just kind of locked in with the other competitors and kind of get a go with the flow and really tight lock into them and it's so much easier that way for me so forcing myself to get out alone putting that time and it's helped me to work in academia getting a PhD right now. Here's the receipt. Kansas inspire management in so running. I have a life is lobbying. Zayed's Han Aww from depression anxiety those kinds of things in so for me running midnight huge outlet for that just the stress that comes with whether it's been a unsatisfactory career at Pittsburgh. Stay in running or not quite what I envisioned. You know. There's a lot of demons I feel like. I've ran for so long that you know really this past fall. I took a chance. I reached out to a race half marathon in Indianapolis and I still remember my parents were handouts Colorado Conference meeting in my mom's being like where are you going like? What's this race in the half marathon? I'm getting run really fast. And I went out there in nearly hit. The Olympic trials all find time in it and I remember calling on everybody. Who's just freaking out. And so I think you just that thought it. I've done this for so put in my time. I really feel like if I was going to quit or to have stopped I would have done this years ago. And so sends I've put in my time. I kept my hand over the flame. It's crazy for me to throw it in now in so at this point. It's really just knowing that I've done hard work. You know at this point it's fine. It's so much fun going out. And you'll put in twenty miles twenty five miles wherever you know. Now Dianne fire up in the fifty KS thirty one miles and so for me now. It's this is the fun part. This is what I put in all those years of work forward to you know to get to and now. I'm getting to really Kinda see how fast I can go. And so that thought alone is knowing how can? I run a marathon you know. Can I go for the American record in the fifty k? Those thoughts really when it's tough to get out the door those kinds of thoughts in my head or like you know. Nobody is thinking about Lawrence Kansas right here. Nobody seeing about being from Kansas. Nobody no I'm kind of in my own little spot right here. to fly under the radar and that's really motivating to make light showing up race day in not being. You know the guy and so I like hit after it making my name and having those people coming up outrace is like you know who the heck argue. Why did you come from I to me? That's the most fun is when those kind of things happen so I'd rather have that role than the guy gets all the attention.

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Erin Ryan and Alyssa Mastromonaco Discuss the New Hampshire Primary Results

Hysteria

11:41 min | 7 months ago

Erin Ryan and Alyssa Mastromonaco Discuss the New Hampshire Primary Results

"Erin first of all congratulations to you and what to you and into me We have several days now before another caucus or primary activity and feeling really proud of our country and of myself often of you that we get all of this time without having to worry about who's voting for who but can I tell you something. That actually hurts my heart so much. Okay okay. The Nevada caucuses are on my forty four th birthday oh no I know okay. I've got I've got one up. Can you what the Twenty Sixteen Democratic National Convention contained. My birthday my birthdays at the end of July and on my birthday I went to it was just like it was an awful week of whether it was way way way too hot. Everything was spread out like in Cleveland. Everything was altogether for the DNC. NC was not very fun logistically and on my birthday I spent all day kind of traipsing to all these different events way too hot wearing nylons even though because that's what wild because that's what it's like a standard people were nylons and That night I went to a planned. Parenthood Party that Liz oh performed at Whoa. WHOA yeah yeah so the day itself was sort of weird but the Liz Oh performance was cool? That's cool yeah there that there were protesters outside of that has pretty graphic posters. I was like look. It's my birthday leave meal since Donald Trump became president we've moved past like pantyhose right. NYLONS THEIR DAD. Oh the one hundred percent unless you're unless you're robbing a bank you should not be wearing nylons and then they're over your face. It's totally different ballgame right totally I have. I have another question for you. Not Related and NYLONS. Do you think Kamala Harris is wishing she stayed in the race right about now Lord Lord be I mean. I don't know like maybe when you drop out you feel fucking free you know and like you kick back and you watch what it is when there's all the Chitchat about whether or not they're gonNA let Bloomberg into the debate and not have to meet the threshold that other people did. I don't nope she whispered as if she were back in but I bet she was pissed. Yeah I my main reason for thinking that I was thinking this as I was watching the he returns. Come in from New Hampshire on to say and witnessing Amy Klobuchar even though in Bernie Sanders won the primary people to judge came in second and Amy Klobuchar though came in third and she's really mounted a There's been a swell in globetrotting over the last couple of week. The closest stands the Clova who stands have have really grown number. And you know amy. Klobuchar was kind of in on the path of being an also ran up until last night's really strong third-place still third-place performance. And I was just thinking you know comma. Harris is one of those people who could be explosive in a debate and it. It's it seemed to me like club. Char's turnaround or her boost was sort of brought to you by her really good performance in her last debate bait so that was my I was like you know. I wonder if commonly could have pulled something off like Amy Klobuchar did well. Here's the interesting thing. Right is the what accommodated is. She came out on the attack ray like she was super strong and debates. She criticized the other candidates in the race. Fairly you know fairly like they all have disagreements but she was very schlick really leaned into it and wanted to distinguish herself. What we haven't seen yet is what happens? Now that Kloba Shar an all of them are going to have to do the same thing right so so closure had like a really even I mean we both said she fucking great debate performance. She's is the person who comes in. It feels with a plan and execute Right which is what how. I felt about Kamla Is that she. You could tell by the. He ended the debate what she hoped to do and sort of whether or not she did it. So I think it'll be interesting to see now that that Klobuchar is pushing into you. Like the upper. Look anyone who's made it to the top. Three top four has gotten the shit kicked out of them at some point. And the question is whether you bounce back from getting the shit kicked out of Jio show. Sure yeah I mean an and the thing is there are negative stories about club that have been out but they came out at a time when she wasn't considered a front runner. Like the story. Gory of the way that she treated her staff. And the sort of way that it hasn't really been atoned for do you think that's going to end up hurting her. You know it's hard to say right because it like old news because it came out a couple of months ago. I mean the things they weren't they. It was not an isolated incident. It seemed like sort of of a pervasive behavior pattern So I don't know if those if those specific stories are GonNa come back to haunt her but I do think that you know now. She's going to be tested. She's going to look at a lot of people who are in the top tier have released plans. She hasn't released a ton of clans and therefore they haven't been picked apart. You know I mean Elizabeth Warren released every plan under the sun and the thing is she gave people a lot of fodder to just pick apart. And so you know. I really hope that having someone like Warren or like Bernie or people who take the time to really think through plans and try to explain between them. The American people aren't the ones targeted and assembled by the media. Because they've actually done the work no. I think that it's time you know the club Charlotte everybody but he also because it will happen. Whoever the general election candidate is whoever the nominee of the party is is GonNa get the shake out of them? So it's time to like make sure we're kicking the shit out of everybody buddy so that you know the skeletons are revealed. The policies are understood so that the next forty eight contests we have You know like people have all the facts right. I mean and let's Talk About Elizabeth Warren a little bit because it seems like In New Hampshire she had a disappointing disappointing finish during during her speech though she was as always use very classy and she congratulated. Quote my friend Amy Klobuchar for showing. Just how wrong the pundits can be when they account a woman out. What do you think happened to Warren's campaign and do you think that she People who support her should not should feel bad but do you think did they have reason to be less than yeah. Certainly I mean for sure the thing that I feel specifically ethically about Warren is kind of what we were just talking about. Is that in her effort to show America how much she had thought about this. How prepared she was? She released plans. And then the the media and certain people just like pick those plans apart and try to show why some of what she wanted to achieve was pie in the sky right now my point is I want a little pie in the sky. I want people who aren't just like I'm GonNa get in there and maintain the status quo. I just won't be racist And so I think that you know being from a neighboring state. It was people really expected her to do better. But look everyone was pulling apart was picking apart everybody last night. It's like Bernie should have done much much better like he outperformed Hillary by twenty points. Last time we'll right but they're like two people in the racist time in that time there were like eight this time and so you know. I think that I think E W has had a bad couple of conflict to contests where people thought she would do better but I still think that they can turn it around. Yeah and I think that it is every time in in my adult life every single election cycle. It seems like the gold fish brain of the political media has done the same thing which is try to extrapolate nationwide trends from you too very small very white states that quite honestly are so small and so white. Both would make great settings for horror movies about insulated small towns. that don't take kindly to a attractive. Young couple that gets stranded in their car like children of the corn style. Setting states should not and cannot really determine the future of the American democratic process. We put a lot of weight in it and a lot of resources are invested into doing well in those states. Decisions are made based on how people do in those states. But but I think now more than ever it's like especially this time around. It seems like after Iowa everyone was like Oh my God. Democrats need to be worried biting their fingernails. Offing Zayed. Low turnout low turnout. This is a disaster. But it's like this is one St and New Hampshire's turn out was at about two thousand eight levels so even better than two thousand sixteen and we still have a state coming up Nevada on the twenty second which has a lot more than white people living there that will actually be a better indicator of what the Democratic Base will do moving forward but I think looking at how the political press treats this time after time it almost was feels like it's their muscle memory like like if I'm walking my dog in a park and he sees a dead thing he can't help but try to roll in. You know like political pundits. See something happened in Iowa. They can't help but be like. Oh this is how the whole rest of the country acts exactly and do you think I mean. Do you think it's going to change this time because I feel like people are are more annoyed with the process this time than they've ever been well because I think that this the process has been going on. I mean I'm exhausted. I'm I am personally stressed out and exhausted because it's like I mad about how the race is being picked apart part. I'm I think that people like this is the one thing people who are like on television as journalists and news people or pundits. I feel like if you actually supporting a candidate. You should kind of have to declare it because people are looking at you as sort of like historical looking back through multiple races and trying to read tea leaves of what it means historically. But if you're like taking that sanders doesn't have a chance and it's because you are not progressive. I feel like you should have to declare that like I feel like this year more than ever before it feels like less on the level And I felt like that a little bit last night when it seemed like the lead story in different for an outlets was that Buddha judge had come in second and I mean the the real story is that Bernie Sanders one. He's now the National Front runner career in the Democratic race. And that's something that I feel. It's getting buried by either wishful thinking or people who are reverting back to muscle memory like Oh of course they're gonNA pick the of course they're going to pick the moderate of course. The story is is the journey of the moderate. Not The story is like the journey of the gatecrashing progressive. Exactly and it's like you can tell you can tell what the pundits candidates and the like and the establishment. It's like they're just telling on themselves all over the place and I just think that people deserve the right to make up their own mind and don't you feel to you like you're watching people and instead of you know maybe four years ago or two thousand eight people looked all the candidates and they're like you know what this is. The person person who speaks to me now. We've turned America into these like many soothsayer pundits. Were like who do I think can win but but like I'm not sure that you get a real result when that's all the people are doing

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Solid-state batteries could be game-changing for EVs

Climate Connections

01:13 min | 7 months ago

Solid-state batteries could be game-changing for EVs

"More and more people are buying electric vehicles but some still hesitate because they worry. The car will run on a power in the middle of Dr Sam. Jaffe is with Karen era. A research firm that specializes in energy storage. Bridge he says. Ev batteries are improving every year. When the Nissan Leaf first came out it was one hundred miles range. The new S plus model can go roughly twice as far DR and higher end. Cars can travel even farther. The recent Tesla model three is over three hundred miles range. Buddy says fully reducing people's range anxiety. He may require a new type of battery technology. I think the leapfrog technology is solid state batteries battery with no liquid material inside so everything. Everything is a solid material which means that it's safer but also it can be more energy dense so in battery could store more electricity and travel more miles on a single charge. Several companies are developing solid state batteries. But Jaffe says it will be years before solid. State batteries are affordable and durable enough to be widely used. Did it's going to take another ten years. But they are definitely coming. And when they do he says ranging Zayed's could become a worry at the

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The Potential Health Benefits of CBD

20 Minute Fitness

04:54 min | 8 months ago

The Potential Health Benefits of CBD

"So what is CB day CBD's otherwise known as dial on it say product derived from cannabis. It's a type of kind of aid. which are the chemicals that are naturally found marijuana plants but it doesn't create the high effect which is caused by the psychoactive psychoactive agent? THC which is another kind of annoying. So we've seen explosion in the number of CD products on the market as this growing awareness around the potential health benefits associated with CD lot of the perpetrators of benefits of CBD comes with anecdotal evidence. However there is some scientific backing as well to you back these claims up sir? CD products typically sold as oils or an edible forms such as via gummy sweets. Or a bomb you rub on your body and the health. The benefits that promotes by brands include aiding anxiety and depression procedurally from these and this is potentially due. To the way that they could change our brain receptors his response to serotonin which is a chemical linked to mental health so sorry to impacts of range of functions in the body includes a person's emotional state and feelings of wellbeing happiness answer keeping Serotonin levels balanced is often a key therapy for people with depression. Studies conducted that looked at the antidepressant like antibiotic end antibiotic like effects of caliber. Dial in which they reviewed several studies used animal models to see the impact of CBD on it being as I've is really really for us an antidepressant compounds and including lots of different variety experiments involving rodents to see its impact on the result suggested that did exhibit and Anti Anxiety Zayed's in antidepressant effect in the animal models discuss potentially this would also translates across into hearings as well and the author 2018 study. Found that it could also alleviate stress in rodents were the authors of that twenty eighteenth study also finding that the compound words without activating the brain's Endo cannabinoid receptors directly likely which may indicate that there's less risk of CBD becoming habit forming or addictive to people. Dr Perry Solomon who is the previous chief medical officer on founding member of Hello. MD also found that if you think about broadly can decrease inflammation when it's rubble muscles or if it's taken orally according according to a two thousand eighteen review one hundred thirty. Two original studies published in from taste. Neurology CD can indeed produce information the body and help improve improved pain on the ability in patients with multiple sclerosis. It is anti inflammatory was also interesting is a men's health at attack will bret. Williams investigated the the impact of three different CD products own recovery so he looks at an oil version a role on steak and a topical creed before diving in. He consulted Dr Tattoos Lose Pavlova. Who is an interventional sports and spine specialists who often treats patients using alternative pain management techniques? And he often uses. CBD as is a great way to help muscles recover his experience. He has observed a wide range of benefits including as we said before reduced inflammation stimulated appetite relaxing Lexington soothing muscles and improving see. He does however indicate they're still owns the scientific research to be conducted properly. Validate these claims. So what Bret Williams final now. She started this experiment. Loss of Ma fighting and training so recovery is of importance for him so he found the liquid form of CBD. The the oil didn't necessarily eighties recovery quickly or any more so than any other means. Recovery was all for a few days time. He did feel less groggy in the mornings. which could support the claims of an hard sleep? Obviously thanks to the rolling stick. He found to soothe his muscles. More mmediately than the oil said again. Potentially supporting the claims claims of aiding your recovery topical cream he actually just found to be overly messy so he brought a stick to the stick however this unidentified information shows is that they does show Oh some promise for CBD products actually back up their claims. We're hearing amounted multiple benefits but they're all potentially some side effects and again. Obviously this depends ends on the person it's biological individuality the Horse Studies which reviewed the clinical data an animal studies associate from CD and it safety. And although they found that it's Austin GonNa favorable safety profiles humans that can be side effects with todd style changes appetite or weight on again it really does differ depending depending on the person and it might not affect you but it could so I would say don't try. CB Dave for whatever objective you have to release muscles will help alleviate teens it without consulting your doctor and find out whether it could be right for you but very interesting to see the space develop and see if there's more scientific evidence release to actually show that it is a natural actual method to to eight with depression. Anxiety or soothing muscles are actually aiding asleep as it could be a very useful recovery tool in the

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Creating Empathetic Bots - Robocopy Leads the Way in Conversation Design Mastery

The Voice Tech Podcast

05:03 min | 9 months ago

Creating Empathetic Bots - Robocopy Leads the Way in Conversation Design Mastery

"When these chat bots became a thing 'cause it was always like away right you have to have virtual system on the website. You'd ask the question and they would know or give you a very long answer and became more conversational and I realized you know understand the technology I understand the dialogue and I now understand service space so this is something from you to explore so started out on my own on pretty much by raising my hands and say you know all all obsess over this problem. I got a few clients right away and Dan. I met my co-founder and they already had like a design. Agency there psychologists by trade using psychology to think about user experience in conversion etc.. So we SORTA teamed up because we realized there's artificial brain there's a human brain and there's language it makes total sense for us to tackle this problem so we started out as agency working with. Bryant's we fought. That was going to be We were going to be doing but once wrote a blog post that said we train our own people in our academy and then brands from all over the world started reaching out which which is a good problem to have I guess right so we look like might as well start academy but that was like Chat Bot relatives so we developed some curriculum for that and we had people come to the the office and have a couple of weeks with us. We like every Tuesday night and then won a larger search engines. Reach out to us. We got connected with them because they were putting out in Google assistant assistant and they were interested and they obviously have that. It's important to train conversation designs around the world for voice right because if you have a bad google assistant experience you know. Two brands not delivering good content. That you're GonNa Green socks ride so they reached out. They connected us with all these different conversation designers. That have been doing this for twenty years that were in the back of call centers working on the IVR systems and they had developed so many techniques that they aso many hours invested in so all these people that work in very large famous companies now just helped us develop these courses and work with us from all the best practices that they had independence that we saw we developed like really step by step design. Method that we dance sort of put out and that sort official to certificate is based around and was great and I think that's what I'm proud of stuff most to stop every team that we work with now. Is that if you take a use case and you follow the steps a good conversations gonNA come out and we have that here this week in Singapore's just starts out really messy with the use case and you When we have a conversation we look at the bond rates in the user needs because a user has rational needs but also emotional needs? So we look at you. Know what expect water during Zayed eighties would motivate them. Where are they most likely to be a win? That having these conversation all that stuff influences dynamics and then we also look at like the botany where we look at in order to resolve this about has to ask certain questions it needs to be interesting to think about having needs but yeah if you treat it as another agent of course something that has needs and then you can address those. Yeah it's like a you know comes from screenwriting right. Every time there's two characters in the movie and they engage in dialogue to both have a goal in mind riding because of that conflict gets messy at a makes it interesting exciting so yet from the bots perspective if I WANNA help But perhaps there's also certain information that already have because I'm integrated with a database. Maybe I have certain responsibilities. I have to share a legal legal information etc so we have a canvas that we use you filled in with a bunch of posted. Some day he got to people they sit back to back from each other so the Kency NC notice the older have is just works and role play. One's going to be planning to usurp the other one's going to be playing the bought and we let them figure it out on what I it's really really messy right. It's very confusing. It's silly the usual start asking questions but each question to us or ask we have to figure out. Is that a question more people would ask. This is a training exercise. You conduct face to face in the classroom with the guys in the brands. And this is a way to tease out. The main flows and the problems in the conversations stations that other customers their customers to have. Yeah so we'll do that exercise and so we'll do it onside face to face but it's important that the people are sitting back to back accidents each other. So what does if the user starts asking questions done every time you ask a question. It's a sign of a lack of information concerned that you might have so something needs to be addressed so what you do in. The next iteration stopped the bottle. Probably proactively communicate that information right and takeaway anxiety before curse curse and that leads to a lot of empathy right because if you engage in dialogue and you feel like I really understand you because I address all your questions before they even appearing to your mind. Yeah and phoebe yeah you become very calm as a user. You're okay with me leading the conversation fall

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Overcoming Social Anxiety

The Chalene Show

12:46 min | 1 year ago

Overcoming Social Anxiety

"It shouldn't be surprised that so many of suffer from social anxiety or at least in some situations we've felt uncomfortable awkward nervous or even anxious even those of us who are really outgoing and love people and and love to be in social settings have certain situations where it can be uncomfortable so let's talk about the different types of social anxiety. I because you might not not even realized that's going on with you now. Some people can have social anxiety when they're around strangers or a big group of people people that they don't the people that they fear are going to judge them while others might experience social anxiety around people they know it certainly not uncommon to feel bill when were with someone in our family who just stirs up all of those emotions so let's talk about what social anxiety is it means. We're socializing right so that could be with family or can be with strangers. It could be an alarm setting can be in an intimate setting but we're socializing and we have anxiety now. If you break it down in those very simplistic terms you can understand how there are certain family members right like you around your aunt or your mom or maybe Abia sister that you don't see very often because you're estranged and it makes you anxious. The thought of spending time with them stirs up a little bit of panic or or nervousness or you just feel uncomfortable. That's an example of social anxiety. Social anxiety might be in the form of physical reaction so whenever I never someone calls upon you and you have to speak publicly maybe even at a dinner party or in a larger group your face will turn red and you'll feel flustered. Mustard your hands and palms sweat and you lose your train of thought your loss for words. Maybe you love public speaking like put you on a stage in front of ten thousand people and you're gonNA shine you feel confident and secure no self doubt but man you get off stage and you have to have a one on one conversation. Station was someone who was just sitting in the audience and you immediately feel uncomfortable. You feel nervous. You feel anxious. You feel like oh my gosh. Am I going to mess this up. Are they going to find find out that I don't know as much as I do or am I going to say the wrong thing my going to give them the wrong impression so the anxiety that's a feeling and feelings are are the result of beliefs feelings are not necessarily facts and oftentimes our feelings have very little to do with facts and everything to do with our our beliefs are feelings are usually a matter of our own perception and just to be clear having social anxiety is different or I should say it's separate separate from being shy or being an introvert or an extrovert remember being an introvert or an extrovert really is a matter of how you feel energized is. Some people feel more energized around. People and other people feel more energized when they're by themselves. I'm over simplifying things for this episode but generally speaking I want you to know that anyone can have social anxiety and you can have social anxiety that specific to specific situations just because you have social anxiety diety in certain social situations doesn't necessarily make you a shy person. It doesn't make you a bad person. It doesn't mean the you're insecure but it does mean that that particular situation makes you feel less secure and even a very confident individual can experience some some social anxiety or insecurities in that particular situation. I use myself as an example and try to use as many other people's examples here to today okay so that maybe you'll hear your own situation. It will give you some ideas of how you can solve this for yourself. I'm an outgoing person. I'm also what I consider an outgoing knowing introvert. I love being social settings. I love people but I also need a certain amount of time to be alone by myself. I need to daydream. I need to think obviously you've heard me talk recently a lot about my attention deficit disorder and you know because of that. I've learned different ways to kind of manage. My Energy and management management focus however even confident individual in certain social settings. I can feel insecure meeting. I feel uncertain written. I don't know what's going to happen. I don't feel good about how I might be making. Another person feels so for me. It's less about worrying that they're thinking thinking. I'm dumb or thinking that I'm not enough more so I worry that I'm going to disappoint someone that I won't say the right thing to make them feel feel comfortable or that. I'll say too much or that. I'm overbearing and dominate the conversation so it's a fear that I'm going to do it wrong. I'm GonNa disappoint someone for others that social anxiety might be a fear or a worry and anxiety that comes up around your physical appearance at Gosh. Maybe I'm not young enough pretty enough tall tall enough than enough all of the you know physical things that we often get an our own head over and we get in our head because we tend to tell ourselves stories stories and these stories. We attach our ego to them. We attach our identity to them. They become beliefs and with most beliefs what we we then do subconsciously is recreate situations where we can affirm our belief even though we're doing this subconsciously so say for example example. I'm uncomfortable when I'm in a very small group of individuals that I've never met before and I'm having all these insecurities. Gosh would whatever I say the wrong thing. Where if I don't make them feel comfortable would if they think I'm full of my so we're facing. I'm not nice where if they think I'm too talkative. You know all these things go through my head so if I'm feeling those things am invited to a party and I'm thinking those things right. That's my subconscious belief and I'm like that. I already start telling myself that I don't WanNa go. I'm already telling myself that it's going to turn out a certain way because I have a belief about the way it's going to turn out then unknowingly. I go to the Party and I'll do things that support a knowingly my belief so I might stay off to the side. I might show up late so that I don't don't have to interact. I might then leave early so I don't have to have that interaction and I might have as few interactions as possible and now I'm leaving that party or leaving thing that event and saying to myself see I didn't really meet anyone. It was very awkward and it was awkward because I walked in thinking of it that way and I I think Gosh I didn't make any connections with people so you see that's how social settings or social events are there awkward and therefore I have unknowingly created an experience that provides evidence of my false belief if say for example bowl you are the way you cope with your social anxiety. Is You cross your arms and you have this body language that tells the world like you. Don't WanNa talk to me because I'm going. GonNa say something really dumb. I'M GONNA stick my foot my mouth. I'm GonNa Forget what it was. I was going to say and I'm GonNa make a fool of myself so I'm going to avoid making a fool of myself by not saying anything but I keep saying this over and over my head like if you talk you're GonNa make a fool of yourself. You're GonNa Forget your words and then what happens you follow through on your beliefs chiefs because of consciously. We want to prove ourselves right. We don't realize we're doing this but it's important that we hold onto our beliefs even the false. I believe we have that. Don't serve US so truthfully. Step one is to just be aware that we are creating this this reality with our own perception. It's not the facts it's our feelings and our feelings are based on our beliefs so the best thing you can do is be aware be self aware ask yourself. Are Any of these things true now. Go goes up further and say. Can I be a hundred percent. Certain these things are true like say for example. You need ask yourself. Is it true that when I am asked a question or I'm in a social setting that people think that I'm an idiot or that I always lose my words and if you say yes that's true then ask yourself. Am I one one hundred percent certain that it's true and I doubt you'll be able to say yes so then you want to go a little further and ask yourself. Where did this come from. Why is that I feel this way. When was the very first time I remember experiencing this and what brought it on and that's just step one like understanding ending. What situations 'cause you social anxiety. And where do you think it stems from. Could it be that your parents labeled you. As shy or the your parents parents did all the talking for you. which gave you the belief that you couldn't handle yourself in social settings like so just dig a little further further in you may uncover you may not step two is to recognize the things you do as kind of security mechanism? Dr Doctor Allen Hendrix calls this your security behaviors. I like to think of them as security blanket behaviors because it's almost like you are wearing wearing a blanket over yourself when you engage in these quote unquote security behaviors an example that might be someone who is awkward when you you see them in the way that they don't shut up you know that's another form of social anxiety is that person who they can't handle a moment of silence silence so when they meet new people that Lula logistical a million miles per hour and their energy so high that it's just it's really uncomfortable well. No one else can get a word in they are afraid of silence who knows what they're really afraid of but that's their security mechanism right that's their security behavior behavior and it almost acts like a security blanket that they're throwing over themselves another example that might be that when you're in a social setting like again your face turns it's red and you sweat and you cross your arms and you back away from people right and you make certain that you're sending off the vibe or the body language that you don't want who engage or maybe your technique is to pretend you're on your phone. Not Make eye contact be unfriendly so that people don't talk to you. Maybe your security security blanket behavior is alcohol or recreational drug like maybe of take a valium or you take a glass of wine or a shot of vodka and you're doing back to mask your feelings you doing it actually to Numb your feelings and that's become your security blanket so it's like you're throwing a blanket over yourself self now. Here's what we do know about those behaviors as reported by Dr Ellen Hendrix by wish you got a great podcast about social anxiety Zayed's too. You might check that out. I read her book sometime last year of course now at the moment while I'm thinking about I can't think of the title of it but we'll look it up and we'll put it in the show notes. Dr Hendrik suggests that when we surveyed people who engage with those who regularly practiced these security pretty blanket behaviors that when they removed them when they just were aware of them and just didn't do the thing wherever that wasn't rambling or drinking before the event or being shy like whatever the thing is that you do when you're socially awkward when they literally just dropped it cold Turkey respondents respondents said that those individuals were much more comfortable to be around and it doesn't take doctor to figure out why that would be when we dropped the securities when we dropped the blanket now we can be ourselves. Everyone is more comfortable when we can be ourselves around and other people. You're more authentic. Authenticity allows us to trust people. It allows us to connect with people. It allows us to know someone. It's difficult to ever feel like we know someone who's not being authentic because we all have pretty good radar for that and when we're feeling anxious it's hard for us to be authentic and we have to be aware of these behaviors that we engage in so that we can drop them because I know I want to be someone that others are really really comfortable

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"zayed" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"zayed" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Can count one two three oil tankers and beyond that is Iran this region is Sarah heavily contested in those my tensions between the US on attacks on oil tankers in recent weeks but you wouldn't tell it from here the woman is they kept their integrity and independence and be a part of himself from all other influencers division second him ahead of me is in Amman advice your history and politics he says the money's pride themselves on the tranquility that they'd like to spread but quietly they don't want to present themselves as the one calling people to come to peace people would like to negotiate have diplomacy mine is there to help and support this subtle diplomacy helped bring about the Iran deal in two thousand and fifteen and now some hoping that a man can de escalate tensions between this US administration and Iran US officials regularly consults with its leaders how to me says the tactics their money government uses a secret he gives me a sense of the strategy you money's first start to listen to both parties and they would ask both of them to come and discuss only common grounds and then they start to discuss the differences to understand how Iman plays this role and stays out of the conflicts around it you have to look at the history and the culture the money's practice of bodies in a different school of Islam so the not so entangled in the Sunni and Shia regional struggle here and while the Arabs their influences from India and other parts of the world too because they were trading nation on the C. the ruler sultan Qaboos bin Zayed aside as an absolute monarch and there's a tight rein on expression here but he tries to set a calm tone and.

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"zayed" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"zayed" Discussed on KCRW

"Of money but here's the good part once it's unloaded those bad assets it can send a message to shareholders and regulators that it's cleaned up its act and it's ready to move on it's finally in a sense bearing its soul isolating its troubled assets instead of sticking with the game face well maybe they'll soon be good country says this isn't a step banks take lightly it's a last resort but the strategy has worked in the past after the financial crisis a decade ago city group credits we send the royal bank of Scotland all set up bad banks and they all recovered now Deutsche Bank is trying the same thing Jim zarroli NPR news New York we take a journey now to the shores of Oman look at a satellite map and you see it there on the Arabian peninsula in a troubled neighborhood Oman shares a border with war torn Yemen and with powerful Saudi Arabia it gives its name to the Gulf of Oman which is where oil tankers have been attacked in recent days attacks to get out of states blames on nearby Iraq our story today is how Amman tries to keep its balance amid such conflicts with that satellite map in your mind now let's zoom in to a single or money beach which is where we find N. P. R.'s Ruth Sherlock families gathered here is sunset on the beach in Muscat to splash in the water and enjoy a slight reprieve from burning some heat and in the distance I can count one two three oil tankers and beyond that is Iran this region is server heavily contested in my room tensions between the US and abroad attacks on oil tankers in recent weeks but you wouldn't tell it from here the woman is they kept their integrity and independence and be a part of himself from all other influence in the region secondly I'm ahead of me is in Amman advisors history and politics he says the money's pride themselves on the tranquility that they'd like to spread but quietly the don't want to present themselves as the one calling people to come to peace people would like to negotiate half diplomacy mine is there to help and support this subtle diplomacy helped bring about the Iran deal in two thousand and fifteen and now some hoping that a man can de escalate tensions between this US administration and Iran US officials regularly consults with its leaders how to me says the tactics their money government uses a secret but he gives me a sense of the strategy your money's first start to listen to both parties and they would ask both of them to come and discuss only common grounds and then the start to discuss the differences to understand how Iman plays this role and stays out of the conflicts around it you have to look at the history and the culture the money's practice about is in a different school of Islam so the not so entangled in the Sunni and Shia regional struggle here and while the Arabs their influences from India and other parts of the world too because they were trading nation on the C. the ruler sultan Qaboos bin Zayed aside as an absolute monarch and there's a tight rein on expression here but he tries to set a calm tone and you feel.

Children and mental illness

Sex is Not For Sissies

03:37 min | 1 year ago

Children and mental illness

"According to NAMI, one in five, children ages thirteen to eighteen have or will have a serious, mental illness. Twenty percent of youth ages. Thirteen eighteen live with a mental health condition. That's twenty percent eleven percent of us. Have a mood disorder. Ten percent have a behavior or kind duck disorder. Apor sent of youth having Zayed sorter. Here's my little side, not to take anything away from the possibility that there's a mental illness, but I have found through my own life in through my own practice that sometimes we can change our life circumstances. Like take away some of the overload in the pressure on children. Also, we can take a look at what's going on with them in their diet. One of my cousins, head a daughter who was very hyperactive as a child in wind. She had before site, or maybe some counseling to change her diet and take away out, things, artificial anything that was a die or an additive her daughter win for me. Hyperactive in very difficult to deal with to now being a successful engineer. So understand that there can be biological things. Now, what is the impact of all this fifty percent of all lifetime cases of mental illness begin by age fourteen in seventy five percent by age twenty four twice? So important for us to pay attention to what's going on without children. Schizophrenia is an illness, that dramatically Vicks people who are in their formative years in their early twenties, and pay attention and seek help make sure that they understand that is perfectly okay to have something going on. But you're going to work with them to find help whether that for them or for yourself the average delay between the onset of symptoms and intervention is eight to ten years. So just imagine how terrible that is when, you know, something is wrong. But you don't know what it is, for me took a year to identify even though I'm a licensed healthcare professional, it took a year, and that was with me, pushing in pushing pushing imagine if you don't know and you let it go eight to ten years, too long to be miserable, thirty thirty seven percent of students with a mental health condition age fourteen in older drop out of school. The high strap out rate of any disability group. Just imagine a cost to that person into society, seventy percent of youth, in state in local juvenile Justice symptoms systems have mental illness, seventy percent and many times, they're in there because of that several treatment a lot of folks that are arrested for drug and alcohol related problems that are in prison were doing things to heal themselves. They were taking drugs or taking out hall, and then maybe they went into crime. In order to finance that now. Here's something important as we come near close suicide is the third leading cause of death in youth age ten to twenty four. That's the third leading cause of death. And we know mobile vehicle accidents and other types. Oh, unintentional injuries account in top to ninety percent of those who died. I suicide head an underlying mental illness, once again, pay attention, get some hill.

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Amanda Knox "traumatized" by media on return to Italy

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Amanda Knox "traumatized" by media on return to Italy

"Amanda Knox is back in Italy for the first time since being acquitted of murder eight years ago cameras greet at the former exchange student when she arrived on Thursday for a criminal Justice conference. There is certainly a lot of support for her here. But her presence in Italy has reignited a media firestorm in, according to the lawyer for the family of the victim, Meredith Kurtzer. It has reopened old wounds. She was only in the conference with her fiance, for a few minutes this morning before the glare was too much organizer telling us she was traumatized by the media. But Amanda, Knox knows cameras, the trailer for years here, though, on this trip her first back to Italy since twenty eleven she's appeared shaken. She's here to take part in a conference post. By the innocence project, which frees those wrongly imprisoned before coming to Italy. She posted pictures and published an essay writing while on trial for murder, I didn't commit my prosecutor painted me as a sex crazed fem 'fit-all and the media, profited for years by sensationalizing. An unjustified story knocks originally from Seattle served, four years in an Italian prison for the murder, and sexual assault of a roommate, Meredith Kurtzer, she left Italy, when she was acquitted in twenty eleven but later was found guilty in absent show in a third trial, and was finally exonerated by Italy's supreme court in two thousand fifteen. Amanda, Knox returning to Italy was either a homecoming deployment or madness. I guess it could be a homecoming deployment and that nest Miller is the executive director of the innocence project of Florida. This is a place where something really bad happened to her. And I think it's natural that there would be something Zayed in worry about coming back to this place. Yes. Eight Knox refers to herself as a journalist and explain, she's working on a true crime podcast which attempts to reunite those thrust into the media spotlight. Knox did return to the conference a little bit later now throughout the day since she arrived here in Italy. She has pretty much successfully dodged, the media. But we do know she's being followed by her own personal videography. So we cannot exclude the possibility that some of this is being choreographed for her own

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Anxiety - Talking about mental health

10 Things To Tell You

10:55 min | 1 year ago

Anxiety - Talking about mental health

"Episode is on a topic. That means a lot to me something, I don't think people talk about enough, even in these days of the over share. They're still not a lot of honest conversation on this topic. And that is mental health specifically for me. What I'm going to talk about today is mostly anxiety going to share. What insight he looks like for me? My coping mechanisms both the healthy and the unhealthy because I have both my hope is that by sharing my own story about lifelong anxiety is that you will be able to share more about how it affects you or maybe it will bring some understanding about a loved one who struggles with anxiety. The things I share today can be a jumping off point for conversation or you can also just share the episode and say, this is what it's like for me or share it with someone. One to ask, is this what it's like for you understanding on both sides around our mental health may is actually mental health awareness month. What does that exactly mean never quite sure how legit these awareness, campaigns are, but actually mental health awareness month has been acknowledged here in the US since nineteen forty nine it was started by the mental health American organization also now it is a good time for me to remind everyone that I am not a doctor. I have absolutely no medical education. This podcast episode is not absolutely not to be taken as mental health advice or medical advice. This is just my own experience, and it should be taken as just a person sharing their human experience and nothing more. So I've ten things. I'm going to talk to you about in regards to anxiety number one. Hangs -iety is a broad word and it can show up in different ways in different stages of life. I think there are known things that can trigger it genetics and hormones and trauma. But sometimes it can feel like there's no rhyme or reason for developing exile. The Webster definition of anxiety leaves a lot to be desired. Honestly, it says it's a feeling or worry nervousness or unease. Now, this is not really cover. What mental health anxiety feels like it's not worry in the traditional sense as in. You're worried about the bad weather, or you're worried when your kids, stay out to later, anything that feels like substantiated reason to have some concern anxiety in my body. It doesn't feel like worry it feels like dread. It feels like doom. If feels like something terror. Is going to happen at any moment? And you are the only one who knows about it, and therefore you're the only one who can stop this impending thing. Now, doesn't always exactly like that. But to classify it as simply worry as in something that will be alleviated as soon as, you know, everything's okay that word doesn't cut it. You can't just say to someone who is experiencing true anxiety. Don't worry everything spine. The definition of eighty in terms of psychiatry is closer, a nervous disorder characterized by state of excessive uneasiness and apprehension typically with compulsive behavior or panic attacks. So that definition brings a little more light to it. Right. Excessive uneasiness often paired with compulsive behavior and for me, I can convince myself that my compulsive behavior is the only thing that's keeping the bad thing from happening. That's why I can be very repetitive in my thoughts and actions or why I'm doing things like that from the outside. It looks almost superstitious that's the compulsive behavior and the panic attacks. Those come along with anxiety, almost, as if you're a computer shorting out like when you get to such a level of insight in your brain, or in your body, it glitches you have reached max capacity, and it's like a frozen computer or the spinning beach ball of death. You need a reset says not to make light of panic attacks. They are terrible to live with. They can be very scary. Sorry, but they are telling you something. Okay. So that is number one. That is our broad overview of what I mean in this podcast. When I use the term anxiety. Number two. Mining Zayed's started when I was really young probably almost like toddler age. According to my parents, I was very, very fearful at a very young age before I can even remember it. And again, there's that difference between anxiety being called worry or nervousness, his when my executives symptoms started, I wasn't developed enough to be worried. I was a child. I was scared. That's a much better word to describe what my anxiety looked like as a child. I was scared. I was just incredibly fearful that something bad was going to happen all the time. So when I was probably three ish in this actually went on into adulthood. I started pulling my hair out at the route. I would pull out it so much that I developed bald spots on my little head. Pulling on my hair with soothing, to me, like a child, Mike suck their thumb or something. And then when it would start to come out in clumps, that also felt good to me. Self harm is really hard to explain from the inside out. But there was a kind of relief to pulling my hair out though afterwards. Of course, you're left with the evidence on your body of your mental struggle. The other things that were happening to my body when I was a child is that I would get horrible mouth sores, like, canker sores all throughout my mouth when you get a little bit older. You're told that these sores are stress-induced but is pretty hard to look at a second grader and see what she could be stressed about. But my little body was under duress all the time. Childhood anxiety is something I've talked about publicly for years. And I always end up hearing from parents of anxious children wondering what to do with their very scared kiddo. Now, I grew up in the eighties in Oklahoma. So I was not treated medically anyway. I think my parents saw it as an inevitable genetic thing, and also just part of my personality who I was also even, then I was really high functioning, so while I had a lot of inner turmoil. It wasn't keeping me from going to school, or it wasn't affecting our family much, as a whole now chicken or the egg scenario was I high functioning because my parents did not caught on my anxiety or give it any power, if you will, or was, I already high functioning, and they didn't need to stop down over my mental health. I don't know I definitely could have benefited from. Therapy. There were times when medication probably could have been called for, but it was a different time. It was a different culture. These days, there are a lot more resources to help your anxious kids if it were me, I would start with a pediatrician if there were concerns, my number one need when I was an anxious child was to feel safe. It's just a human need, I suppose, but some of us we need extra doses. Number three. Site got older into teenager dome and early adulthood, Mining's -iety symptoms grew a little bit is still pulled up my hair. I still got the mouth sores but I started getting migraines, which are really quite paralyzing, if you've ever had any kind of migraine, and in high school, I had my first panic attack which was a racing heart. Very shallow breath being unable to take in a full breath and racing thoughts. Like someone had pressed fast forward on your brain. And you cannot find the stop button, the first time this happened. I thought I was having a medical event. I thought it was a heart attack, or something. And indeed people do often, go to the ER or the urgent care with a panic attack, or other symptoms of extreme stress and anxiety. If you've never had it before you might be reluctant to accept that. That's what it is for me. It is the pit Amee of the strength of the mind body connect. Because something is really happening in your body. You're sweating. You're shaking. These are things you cannot control. And it can be hard to believe that it's mental because in that moment, it's so much more than that has become physical. Some of the coping skills that I developed when I was young was bouncing a ball. I bounced my ball, I would do this for hours outside alone. There was something really therapeutic about bouncing a ball rhythmically outside alone time in general, is an assessing for me, then, and now part of that is hardwired I'm an introvert to prefers quiet and lots of noise and lots of people can be really over. Stimulating it will take my executive levels up, especially if it's prolonged like after a weekend, trip or going to Disneyland all day or something. And when you're young, you don't always have control over your environment and control over, whether it's loud, or busy, or whatever, so that was sometimes a struggle when I was a kid, I would hide or try and sit by myself or just find little pockets of peace wherever I could I enjoyed. Social events, I still do but I can get maxed out. And when you're a teenager, or in college, for example, you're technically not a great regulator of yourself. You don't wanna miss out on things, even when it's the things the busy schedule over-stimulation that is contributing to your meltdown.

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"zayed" Discussed on The Viall Files

The Viall Files

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"zayed" Discussed on The Viall Files

"It's like tenfold on faced like just I don't like answering the phone like a guy was being used to leave me voicemails. He would leave me meals out sin considerate. No. Don voicemails are in concert. Don't wanna listen to voicemail voicemails inconsiderate is. And then you have to like haul them back because because of texting where you can just say, call me back or like a quick note. If some of these voicemail, it feels like. What, what do you need to leave a message I getting getting Zayed voice? Thank you. Thank you. So that's how I feel about FaceTime, but no, no. If you says so debtor says, Nick, I don't like FaceTime, because it gives me voicemails, I would have been, like, okay that's where but find you said, only models like FaceTime, get why you guys would want to. You're just like, hey, no sense. I've never met a model who didn't really care about how they look all the time. So I would argue that by your definition models, would wanna FaceTime, less because they always have to be real. I don't think people really. No. I don't think models or non models of general opinion about FaceTime. Do you ever face time with someone like not a good day for them? I, I will admit that when I face time, sometimes there's that you look at yourself and the little UC yourself. There's always a. Oh. On my chin about me, but no one's ever. I've never had that reaction about anyone else. I don't know that one moment of like, well, we both look weird on the camera. Let's keep talking and connecting to multitask, too. So I don't wanna have to be focused. I like set up my phone in the corner of the kitchen. I'm cooking. I'm talking I check in. Look. Hey, maybe. Maybe this will help me, maybe this should track this. I think this is important. I do this is a real or just your general. Well, then you're just immediately suggested that you're not a model. Yeah. Which I don't love well I mean but like what anyone could be a model especially nowadays? Nick nothing wrong with a catalog taking your picture of you. Remodel. Now. It's true. If you lay down on that table, right there and put your hands on your head model Montale bite, your lip, and she's gorgeous everybody. That's listening. I you know, you paint yourself like some gargoyles view of. The doctors. I don't get it. Ping out this to me that blew my mind. What honestly thought that was like a common feeling that was a two. Now, people should tell people listening is this thing, what do you think about FaceTime? Are you on my side? Please do not. Have you just like you're not a model? So you've completely turned it off to there people out there, like well, if they become models, guys. You could sign about your first model agency and some like, you know, Tacoma, wherever some obscure, Molly agency face on your friends. Like that's right time. Right of passage tenure camera off. You're not a model truly again. I when you put it like that it's ridiculous. But it's not really. It's just something that we're going to nurture out of crowd, sourcing, maybe, maybe we're wrong. And maybe, maybe I'm right. Everyone's going to be like, yeah, I hate it. But listen, you can hate FaceTime. It's not that you can hit FaceTime, that it's just that if you, you must think your do you have to get. No. You don't have to get dolled up. You now. I'm on their leg facemasks pimple cream. Hair up out the show. Really? Yeah. I time actually I FaceTime, Ono. No, she had no makeup on. And I was like, hey, I feel like I know you met, better, it was more. Yeah, we're friends. It was a. What do you have to? Yeah. I guess so other, it's great. Okay. This is good. You know what? Looks like you're really. Could you do me a favor? Okay. Next time you have a good first date. Yeah. Facetime the next day. Well, that's bolt. Hold on. Don't we got to walk before Brad? I'm vidal. Antic..

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Mental Health Month - Raising Mental Health Awareness

Living Healthy Podcast

09:43 min | 1 year ago

Mental Health Month - Raising Mental Health Awareness

"In every five adults in the US experiencing a mental health condition in a given year. We definitely want to talk about some of the ways that we can help de stigmatize mental illness and help people get treatment. But before we do that. We kinda wanna know can you give us a recap of what mental illness what it means to have a mental illness. I mean, I think thinking about it in terms of mental health in general, mental health is just a state of being which takes into account, our cognitive, psychological and emotional health, and there's various forces that work toward that and taking all of those into account or what we think about when we consider mental. Okay. And you know, what we we had that conversation about six months ago for mental illness awareness week. We did a little campaign on social media. And I wanted to share some of the responses that we got from that because we got some really positive interaction with our community. And the question that we kind of pose to people was is working out part of your therapy. And these were some of the responses without a doubt. Yes, it is. I used to be so depressed and take medication. But I started releasing all my stress when I started going to the gym, absolutely true. More people should try it. Yes. The best decompression ever. We also had some other people say, yes, the it's the greatest therapy. I've found outside of the therapist chair. I've also found a few mazing souls over the past few years and have shared who have shared with me some of their darkest moments in an absolute delight to see when I walk in the doors, a simple genuine, high with a smile from the staff members can turn your day around to thank you. Another person said, I just signed up. And if it does what a few people have said here already, I can't wait to begin. When I started working out. I not only gain physical strength. But which also occurred my chronic anxiety. I became more confident and my social anxiety. No longer bothered me. My personal training has been one of the best coping mechanisms Frank Ziobro. Thank you L af. So this just kind of highlighted to us that this is really a big deal to people, and it's kind of a bigger topic. And it's starting to gain notoriety now as well in the media. So can you kind of talk about what you think why you think mental health is becoming so mainstream. I guess to put it that way. Well, I think that we are able to tap into other people more easily now, and that's happening. With social media that's happening with into just the internet in general being able to read newspapers from around the world have different topics at your doorstep that you probably couldn't ten fifteen twenty years ago. So I think we're more knowledgeable of what's going on around us. And then if we just look at domestically here in the United States, what's happened over the last let's say eight to ten years, we have more people insured than ever. And when you have people that are insured. They're going to seek out care, and that care sure, it's going to be some of it physical a lot of it is also going to be emotional and behavioral health care. And when we have that we have more interest driving mental health topics, which I love, and I'm glad to see because I think it's something that, you know, people struggle with reaching out. And I'm glad that you hear all these big names talking about it. Whether it be on, Twitter or various different platforms. Right. I think. Yeah. So in a big component of that is kind of I guess like you said when you're connecting with more people, maybe you develop a little bit more. Empathy for that. But I kinda wanted to talk about that because mental illness. It's so we talked about in our last episode. It's so internalized like you can't really necessarily see if someone is injured mentally so to speak. So it might be hard for everyone. Especially those that don't have a mental illness to kind of empathize with those people that do suffer from it. So how can we of bridge? This empathy gap between those that suffer and those that don't I mean, that's a very important question. I'm glad you brought it up. I think first off is like with most interactions with any human being don't try and fix. We get into a really tough space when we're trying to fix people. No, it's being sad. And being okay are not incompatible. When you when you know that someone you work with or lives in your dorm, whatever it might be is dealing with depression or anxiety. Doesn't mean that they can't have normal conversation with you. So I think that you we should speak as if they belong in the group not met they need to be treated differently or that we have to count for this in some fashion where it would make it very hard for us to be ourselves. I think they want you to be yourself. You wanna be herself? Right. The only way really know how to be. And so that empathy can really come through. If we see it as I don't need to fix the situation. I don't need to change anything. I just need to be who I am. And let this person be who they are are there specific ways, you can engage with someone though that you think suffers from mental illness or like you're saying kind of be yourself. But if if you see some I think. Maybe it's hard for people to see someone struggling with something. And not do something about it. You know what I mean? So how do you kind of judge that or no absolutely so listening? I think listening is the best way hear their story understand seek I understand and you know, reserve judgment. It's really hard for us. Right. We want to judge right from the beginning. Not just people but scenario situations anything going on because it's easier for us as allows us to move forward to do whatever we were thinking of doing anyway. Right. But if we can really reserve judgment at helps to understand and really allow that person to feel like they were heard, which is probably all they really want out of that interaction. Anyways. Right. Yeah. I've I've kind of found that if you can ask the simple question. Why do you feel that way? A lot of times I've seen that kind of had success where it's like you aren't trying to fix them. But you're asking why do you think you feel that way? And then that just opens the door for them to express themselves further, and it sounds like that's what you're saying is kind of the most helpful. Just letting someone express themselves seeking I understand is such a big part of this. And it's something that we don't always naturally do. They may not be our first impulse. Not unlike having a friend who's going through a break up or a friend who's a new parent. Maybe maybe you've had two kids. Maybe you've had four breakup doesn't mean that whatever worked for you is going to work for them. And doesn't mean that in the ninety seconds univac with them at the gym. They want you to fix that issue. It's so true. Why I wonder why we all or maybe it's just the guys I know guys fixers, but why why wonder why we naturally do want to try and do that in that ninety seconds. Because it's so it's so rational with like, no, you're not going to do it. That's not what's necessary. Everyone's situation's different. But yet we still somehow feel compelled and I wonder I wonder if it's just honestly this is gonna go way off. But I wonder if it's just trying to control the chaos of the universe. Maybe to hear from you. Can't is welcome to the show two guys. Well, I actually have a few. Questions for Dr Doshi myself kind of switching topics here a little bit. I wanna talk about the effects of mental illness. Exactly how does mood and emotions. How do they correlate mental health? So right. We were all born with a range of emotions, and we're allowed to have them. I don't think anyone is going to care dry someone based on just emotions at the experience. Now when it becomes an issue is when there's a functional concern. So if you're experiencing everyone has sadness, everyone has excitement everyone has Zayed's, you know, but if it's a predominant force in your life, and it stopping you from doing things that you would normally want to do like going to school going to the gym interacting with family, whatever it might be. That's when we step in and say, hey, maybe there's something that we can do here to alleviate this pain that you experience it is that like would one of the tale signs. This is just an example. But like you just wanna lay in bed all day. You don't even wanna get out to face the world. Is that kind of maybe a sign like, oh, this is something that's impacting the function of your life. Right. And you know, I think some of us, you know, having a day where we lay in bed and don't interact with anything in the environment. Could actually be helpful for us one day, you know? But if you notice that wait a second, it's Wednesday. I was supposed to go to war. Work. I'll supposed to meet my brother for lunch out supposed to go to the gym at six, and I didn't do any of that. And I don't feel good about that. I think that's a whole 'nother level, and that makes sense. How much does your environment affect your mental? You know, can the music you listen to have an affect on your mood. Absolutely. I mean, I think places like here places like the gym where there's, you know, fast music pumping gets your heart rate up that allows you to kind of move to the beat and get going. I think that is it's all designed to certain way. Right. And it makes sense because I think mood can be affected especially in the short term by music. I hesitate to say that it's going to have this long-term effects. You know, the whole we all hear about, you know, play Mozart to a little baby. And he'll grow up to edginess. I don't know how much truth there is to that. Exactly. But you know, if you go to a nice restaurant, you probably going to hear some light classical music from peon on what they're trying to advertise uses, you know, relax Asian. It's all part of the experience. And I do think that our mood is affected by that. And I do think that we can feel calm listening to certain types of music. Now, I, you know, I don't think everyone needs to listen to classical music to feel calm. I think that if you know listening to the Hamilton mix tape gets you going, I think that's great. I think that's wonderful. Totally it's going to be different for everyone. But I think it's more in the moment mood changes rather than super long

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"zayed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"zayed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Middle East. Apple cores, much marketing Zayed this week as it loaded revenue outlook, citing weakness in China's economy as a key reason that came after China factory PM I slipped into contraction territory Europe's weaning van fully to the lowest level in three years now on top of that on Thursday. The yen surge through levels that have housed for almost a decade. I tried to make sense of it all with Martin Lakers division director for wealth management MacQuarie. Obviously, it's an indicator out from from apple in regards to the storing down on the Chinese economy, and that's all of the backwash green saying from Chinese authorities. Neutral stance on monetary policy and delivering focus along with all this tried wars. But things are starting to move past that and so. Is it is looking backwards as forwards? We are definitely seeing some indications out of the Chinese authorities that they're about to prepare to move towards more stimulus reaction. He's he's changing their language both from the. In terms of removing the would leveraging and also removing would neutral in regards to monetary policy. So we do think that we're gonna see some Tom truth is quarter. Hopefully sooner but lighter some action by China's thirties in regards to policy and stimulatory action there. But of course, there's always a delight impact for the companies of apple, but the impacts for apple overseas also around that supply, China, of course, the degree of complexity all that supply China would be quite difficult to.

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"zayed" Discussed on Food for Thought

Food for Thought

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"zayed" Discussed on Food for Thought

"And suddenly, you're like whip us tomorrow, and you know, that being a few moments where it feels really really close to the edge. And I think it's just realizing that you've got find a way to always kind of one for inference the other and you've got to find a way to kind of navigate or the child. I mean, how do you monitor? The I think I'm Zayed. He almost all I wouldn't use the word pressure because I think that comes with the job daily. But how the specific thing he likes to do just to kind of put that to that a little bit totally. I mean, it's probably going to ultimate cliche to be like I love. Makoto some year ago. But like, I love yoga, and we actually talking about that when I went to you this week. Yeah. As powerful, and again, I think that tools different anyone just wear running for some house on to run the marathon. But running is for some people, you know, like knitting is for other people, and you know, the really control contrast. Notre mean is something that kinda takes takes your mind into something cutting Harry Potter book to be exactly I'm noble music people and for me yoga's done does that so well, and it's just a so now I really parties at before the day starts seven to eight or six hundred thirty I practice yoga unless I have to be on the train at six. Which happens sometimes? But otherwise, I practice every day some of these you don't want to practice, and I'll just go and can listen to your body. But like, I was just basically said the backing leg. Wait till around cutting just spend the whole cosmetology. Exactly. And there's the sense of space creates because you can't be on your phone. You've got nice music. You've got you know, really kind of positive affirmations coming from the teacher about focusing and with your breath and make president you can't be on your phone as well defined fee. You I mean, I didn't know about you out about I am on my phone way. Too much. I'm finding it hard to cut it down. I'm studying curfews for myself. But it seems as businesses evolve he spent more and more time on a screen. It's really challenging as you said. Like all have those conversations myself as well you need to do last time on your phone. But then I think I've also come to appreciate is the reality between the dream, and what's genuinely possible and also in a way good idea today because PA if you like, well, I'm just gonna turn off. And then the other part of you is like we you have you've started this. You've started everything you've dominant retry show. And you know, I, you know, I got myself into this mess. If you go to do with it. An incredible of changes to them times. You've just got to keep think practicing. Gratitude exactly that and I actually met someone when I was doing a job in shoes. Really amazing gauche Abouna virtues of foreign of one world tennis player. I was talking to her nose. Awesome. A little bit about life. And she said to me resonated so much news really kind of frame. I think he rather these things. So she said you knew because she said she'd never had some holiday like never taken a minute away just away from work in the summer since she was like eleven years old or something because she was playing tennis. And I was like, you know, you've never kind of had a minute of your family..

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"zayed" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

04:33 min | 2 years ago

"zayed" Discussed on Fresh Air

"The file on the Middle East, and especially on the golf on Saudi Arabia, and the emerets which are the two powers that are leading this this war in Yemen. But Kushner has learned as far as we know most of what he knows about the Middle East from NBS an awesome from Hamad bin Zayed who's called NBC. He's the leader of the United Arab Emirates. So Kushner is not really in the position to tell them. What to do? It remains really unclear who is really in a position to give them the kind of guidance that might end this war. So the Saudis are fighting the who 'this in Yemen who are the who is is this a religious group is it an ethnic group. Like who are they the who these are, basically, a militia that turned into a larger political movement? They happen to be Zedi Muslims, which is a subset of Islam. But there named for their founder who was named with Hussein who the so that's where they come from there from the north western mountains of Yemen. And they started off as a small group, which was fighting an insurgency against the government of Yemen. And they just grew more and more powerful over the years and attracted allies, and then after the uprisings in two thousand eleven across the Arab world Arab spring. The who these were able to take advantage of that because they had always been anti-government. But unlike the street protesters these guys had a lot of military power. They had been fighting the state they were very effective. Live. They had a lot of weapons. And so essentially they were able to to seize that moment to gain a lot of allies and move into a position where they eventually just took over the country. And so the who fees are Zaid's is the Zedi branch of Islam closer to the Iranian. Shia Islam than it is to the Saudi Sunni Islam. Well, maybe the best way to frame it is this about a third of Yemenis are Zaid's and the rest are mainstream Sunnis and in the past. There was never any conflict between those two there were never seen as being, you know, necessarily in in friction, but what happened starting a few decades ago was that the Saudis became anxious that the eighties because they were not they weren't they weren't Shiites. But because they were not sonny's would somehow affiliate with Iran and remember Ron had had this big Islam revolution in nineteen seventy nine. So the Saudis fearing that. Eighties would would become an Iranian proxy. Started to step up their promotion of their own hardline intolerant. Strain of Islam, which is often called Bob ISM in Yemen. And especially in the areas where the eighties were along the border there. And instead of creating a lot more, you know, Saudi style Muslims in Yemen. What they got was a backlash where the eighties felt that their religion in their way of life was under attack. And there is a kind of revivalist form of the religion that out of that. And that's where the who these come from there. This kind of revived energized form of Islam, which eventually grew into a militia movement. So when the Saudis started pushing havi ISM in Yemen did that help push the eighties toward the Iranians. I think it did slowly at first the who 'this were politically aligned with Iran, but initially there wasn't really any. Sign that they were getting weapons from them or had any any any, you know, deals with them. That was always what they were accused of and back in two thousand eight or nine I wrote a piece saying that, you know, this is a prediction that's going to be a self fulfilling prophecy. And that's basically what happened the who these realized that because they were against Saudi Arabia. You know, the enemy of my enemy is my friend, they bond with Iran strengthened in the runnings recognize the to the Iranians began to supply money and weapons to the who these and they sent trainers to help them out militarily. So the hoof is ever slogan or a motto are a war cry. I'm not sure how to describe it. But would you repeat it for us? Sure. It is God is great. Death to America death to Israel. Curses on the Jews victory to Islam. Okay. That has a lot of appeal in America and to all Jews..

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"zayed" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"zayed" Discussed on Selfie with Kristen Howerton and Sarah James

"Now I have a lot of, yeah, I have a lot of mining Zayed's wrapped up around hypochondria SIS. And I, I don't. I don't want to say that to other people because there is still that little part of my brain. That knows it sounds irrational, but I wanna like hoard it not share it if I say it out loud to someone else I can hear that sounds rational. Right? But I think also, I mean, is there any part of you that wants someone else to provide you with some perspective. Desperately, but the desire to appear to have my shit together. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, that's that's difficult, but I understand it entirely. Yeah, I mean, but I I did speak it out and I do have those like your sister, those friends that I can say these things to and who go Kristen like, like, let's let's let's do some research on bright and let's, you know, let's or the friend who says, call your doctor, call your doctor and go in and explain your and have him tell you right, you're wrong. Like, yeah, let an expert tell you that your diagnosis, you've given yourself without a medical degrees, perhaps wrong. Yeah. I mean, I think that's a very good idea to I often when I when I had minor surgery and each time I before I go, I say like, listen, I have a panic this. Order. Just humor me answering a few questions. Yes, and it helps does help. It does. Yeah. I went in for my follow up for the surgery, and the doctor was very breezy and brief because he doesn't think there's anything wrong walking out the door. And I said to him, this was like my way of advocating for himself. I'm like, I know you don't feel you need to do this, but I'd like you to feel my uterus to make sure it's nice because my brain thinks it's not. And still responsible came back, felt it. Everything's in the right place and it shut it down. I came home and I stopped imagining that. Yeah, yeah. I mean, sometimes you just have to be your own advocate and some ways or or even if you feel like, oh, I can't do this for myself. Do it for the organ, you know, like I'm the organs advocate yet, but it is. It's it's vulnerable to to say to people, I had a panic attack in the pre ram. Yeah, and I'm just sitting there quietly crying and like, I don't know. I didn't do it..

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"zayed" Discussed on Forever35

Forever35

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"zayed" Discussed on Forever35

"Might be actually helping with mining Zayed on back. I'm back on the sauce and it is great to have caffeine back in my life because I don't have any drugs like I need all the drugs I can get, you know, so. But I think. I think, you know, I'm not one hundred percents sure how or why it's working. But I think it's the amount of time that I'm spending in meditation. I think that's like it's a significant amount of time. The mantra is there's a mantra and I, it's the other night. I woke up really with like a panic for the first time in a while, and it was one of those ones where it feels like it's a very physical surge, but it's also kind of trippy like you're like, where is the bottom? Where is home? It's like an Alice down the rabbit hole thing, and I was like, you don't have to. You don't have to go there like, you don't have to follow that Lanta thing. And I did my mantra, and that was really interesting, but so that's something that's I found helpful and and to those listening, I wouldn't even say, you know, it has to be TM. I just think like a more extended meditation practice with a mantra and you, you know, even give yourself amount or you can find mantras online that has been helpful. But the allusion for me is that there's like one cure. All right. Like to me, like mental health is very cyclical and just when I think like I've got it, it like resurfaces and just when I think like it's never going like it's never gonna. Let up it dissipates and. So I think it's like that experience of learning to ride the waves over many years and not kind of seeing recovery as a linear thing. And also I think another parallel is seeing it as like if you have any kind of chronic illness, you can be doing everything right. Like you could be eating your food and you can be like getting enough sleep issue and like doing your shit going therapy. But like sometimes you just get sick, unlike dash is how do you feel like living in LA has affected your mental health in any way? I, I, it's funny because I, I was in New York for ten years. I get asked that they're like, well, are you depressed now in LA and the and the answer is, yes. I think when I was twenty one, I moved to from the east coast to San Francisco, and I was like, this is it. I'm going to become like Schill and like, you know, like I kind of thought that if I could like Don the costume and immersive in the world, then like I could become a different person and I sort of realized pretty well. I was in alcoholics blackout for like two years, which was great. You know, but but I sort of kind of came to, I was like, oh, we bring ourselves with. So this time when I moved to LA I wasn't under the allusion. That lake, you know, I was going to be like, like, you know, a walking kale and. I would say I have been dumbed down a little by LA like maybe one or two percent, and it's welcome. I'm like, dumb me down dummy way down. And you know the weather is narcotic, so, but but I have taken me with me. Yeah. Yeah, you can't ever leave yourself. Yeah, right. You are your own baggage? Yes. Sartre saying that you are walking. Kale might make me laugh the rest of my life that really, really killed me. Can you talk a little bit about sobriety in terms of self care? I feel like especially with women. Our relationship. Sometimes alcohol can be like used as a guy for like taking care of cell like every woman deserves a drink like that kind of shit. Especially for me, I'm a mom and there's like wine is called mommy juice, and there's that whole culture of like have the strength to relax. I'm just curious about your how you came sobriety, what your feelings are about it in terms of how it's changed, you changed your life. So you know, for people who aren't alcohol IX addicts, unlike Viacom Diaz you know what I'm saying? Like I love drugs and alcohol. I mean, clearly I do because I had to get sober..

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"zayed" Discussed on The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff

The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"zayed" Discussed on The Struggle Bus: Self-Care, Mental Health, and Other Hilarious Stuff

"I've been thinking, anxiety doesn't have made. I having Zayed and of theater company and worked with is actually taught me this a lot because we're not acting for sale. Like we have to be ourselves and you can't land stage. You have to be truthful. And a lot of times people right plays and then your name's there. And then there's a blank line. They go in that moment. You have to say what you're feeling in that exact moment and you could be having the worst. I when I was going through my break-up was during a run of the show, and I found that there's nothing wrong and didn't make the audience uncomfortable. Me to answer honestly, like, yeah, this thing happened this week and everyone's watching like, yeah, thank you for sharing because you don't have to be Suzy sunshine every single day. No one is people are scared to showings idee, but every time I do show, I'm sad today or this and that I'm very early. I get people being like, thank you so much for telling me that because you know what everyone puts on a show and everyone thinks that, okay, but the more we can admit like, people I see what dishes and stuff, and I'm like, how are you in there? Like, you know, not so good today. I'm like, yeah, it's like it's okay. You live your life. So caving into it as a different story. I mean, again, that goes back to learning how to deal with it because you can absolutely end up in a ball on the floor, and I've done that. So achieving your dreams. So much of art that's been written or seen deals with the realities of life of of anxiety, depression, and whatnot. So you can achieve your dream. While acknowledging that you, he have some things that most people have have things going on and living with it, and also knowing that you can still do your dreams and it can be like that roommate the hangs out there. He likes to open the door sometimes sometimes it closes a door. It might always be there, but there's a way in which you can learn to still live your life in chief your dreams. Totally. I agree that maybe think of something it has gone from my head while I remember it. And being honest, oh, I know. I, I I can I the little. I can tell from reading your Email that you've been through a lot. This is really hard and that you're scared, and that makes a lot of sense to me. I want to tell you that. If you are not a person who I don't know you at all Anya, the name we went with. I don't know you at all, but I can tell just from what you've described and what you're doing that you are like on top of your shit men, you know, people, I don't. I don't want to put out. I don't want to say that. I think that people who deal with their mental health issues are always fine and people who don't deal with them are never find because I think that's very victim blaming me and I don't think it's okay, but I just wanna say that everything that you described going through and all the ways that you're dealing with it, those I, I don't. I don't read that in. Thank while this is someone whose life is, you know, completely defined by their panic and they're not gonna be able to cheat their dreams. I read this. I say, this person has this thing going on and they're working hard to fill. After that out. So I just I just want to, I don't know, just give you that perspective, which may be different than the perspective you have in your own situation and everyone has their path to win. They're able to start dealing. You're ten years ahead of where I was, you know? So, but because I wasn't ready to do the so everyone's got their own path and you're, you're doing some really good things for yourself. And if anyone's listening, they're like, oh, I should do that. We'll wait until you're ready. Yeah, totally. Yeah. Your cat. Yeah. And your cat's amazing. I feel like your cats looking out for you. Yeah. Your your cat is on top. Shall we get to letter number three, Email, number three. Their name is Debbie from the show glow. Alright, high Keeton Sally my best friend of five years, and I are very close. And last year I started realizing I may have deeper feelings for her..

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"zayed" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:40 min | 2 years ago

"zayed" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Having zayed's and it's like you're nervous for test ocd it's like not just like patterns right wash your hands not to say that you know i can judge you and tell you that you don't have problem with anything but yeah i think with depression especially people are easy to throw it around with they've had a rough day and are quick to judge when people can't get it together when they've just had you know i think some other sound advice to is a first of all everyone needs have perspective right i don't know your life you don't know mine right i don't know i don't know how andrew grew up i don't know what his interaction with his parents were i don't know how kyle right i don't know how kyle i don't know how interaction is with his parents and stuff and so if somebody that you you know somebody that you barely know tells you something or even if you do know them really well you may not know their history right maybe every time they've ever tried to pull themselves out of a slump maybe every time they've ever asserted themselves ever did good they never got one fuck pat on the back and never got one hug they never got hey that was a great job you know what you should keep doing that because that's really impressive i'm proud of you they never had anybody ever tell him that so it's like you can't just throw out this blanket information and say oh yeah you should just snap out of it dude like all your depressed because you lost your girlfriend but maybe this person has like crazy relationship issues of idea just some deep rooted thing you have no idea about you know have you tried any like supplements like five atp or anything like that to racer tonen levels i was on medication for awhile bert depression like s microphone like towards me a little bit almost yeah yeah there there you go now yeah i was like an sri tone in you know and that was just for a little bit i i would recommend medication to anyone first of all like i said being cognizant you know understanding where the issues lye and not just depending on medication and i think it's a great resource obviously because i'm in nursing school i can understand both sides but i prefer not being on medication i haven't tried the one that you said but i've never heard of that actually this is five atp is just the precursor lisa sir tone into razor endorphins and whatnot over the counter stuff yeah yeah yeah it's like not necessarily natural but it's like naturally in our brain are ready just helps to amplify it it's like a on it makes supplements five atp it trip the fan or something like that yeah i was curious i've tried those in really experienced anything but don't really have like too bad of an issue with that like i getting zayed just because i want like the podcast be awesome and sometimes that kind of you know that'll suck me into a dark place something that actually really helped me and obviously not everybody but i found out that i have adhd and said that like that makes sense because i would having zayed because i couldn't get things done because i couldn't pay attention you know i actually always respected you because you always said you had a hard time in school you know you had to work a lot harder than everyone else and i'm i'm that person just back to it i always really admired you for saying that because noone always says that you know a lot of people are quick to be like i'm successful i'm doing well and they don't understand the struggle but yet that that helped me a lot is knowing finding out that i had adhd and then dealing with that first and that helps me with my exerting depression because i'm able to get everything done that i need.

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"zayed" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

The Business of Fashion Podcast

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"zayed" Discussed on The Business of Fashion Podcast

"Stressing zayed's gi issues pain going into like why are we taking what we're taking and also talking a little bit about those products and like you know a lot of uncertainty of what's legit what isn't legit and not really as regulated as you can so i think that that's just always links back this greater team stress anxiety like what's going on in the world what what are solutions at also getting getting to the uae and the how going beyond the surface you know i'll make an important point which we talked about last night being futuristic and being a thorough tated doesn't mean you have to dumb content down riding do those things and still be assessable and that's how i think about the funnel like revitalize in many ways is the future while nece my buddy green is the future and a thority of but you can do so with being acceptable and i think that's hard to do and i think a lot of media companies get lost at like accessible means stupid right and that's not the hanes that means like a list of seven things you must do in the morning yeah like we've all seen that vapid list we've done that in early years but like we we still advance the conversation yeah and i think that's our responsibility as brand to talk about these transformational topics that no one has been talking about them introduce them in a way that also is consumer friendly you know we can take amazing functional medicine doctors like dr bob rowntree who can talk about the end avenue it system which is something super complicated and you know i think there's the majority of people out there who are using cbd beauty products or embroiled probably have no idea about the endo can cabot system but make it really relatable digestible those products shit yeah today auto so you're by snake oil and like it's getting to earlier about how people are just coopting like buzzwords from wellness to try to sell products i think another really interesting part of the content that yesterday was around this idea purpose so even when we talk about something like mental health like the conversation within wellness can never be binary you can never go i wanna fix this so i'm gonna target you know why you really have to look at the whole human so i thought you know the shirzai is talk in the morning with so interesting in that were having a conversation around brain health mental health and alzheimer's and so much of the learning around purpose and you know that is so in line with the philosophy on which this brown brand was founded in that it is all connected and you can't eat your way out of a bad diet you can't eat your way out of mental health like all exercise your way about thank you it's early here next to me but all all of our our total wellbeing is all interconnected.

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"zayed" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

HANNAHLYZE THIS

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"zayed" Discussed on HANNAHLYZE THIS

"Dick dick let me add this to my list you know like okay it was wild because i went in i thought i was going to get put on a myriad of pills and instead she told me to try a an instant release adderall and you know just to start testing how was and long story short i super duper have adhd now i also have depression and also there's like there's a lot of things that mixed together in adhd dashing zayed or eighties g dash freshener whatever but those are a lot of life circumstances but it was truly magnificent to be given a category to place all my faults and i was able to take my faults kind of off my shoulders in that way or like myself interpreted faults and we like this is me no longer like a personal failing it's not a moral defect it's like oh my brain functions differently it's structured differently that's it you know like if i'm watching a movie i need to kind of fidget with something sometimes like that's okay or like whatever yeah as she recommended this really fantastic book called driven to distraction yes under halloween yes i love him i've had him on my show i'm on his podcast like i love this amazing and this is an amazing book and that book changed my life that that is to say that while i have fully accepted that i've adhd i one hundred percents still struggle with it sometimes i one hundred percent and like that's not enough you you should be better you don't deserve this like the failure self worth language that i've been telling myself the last thirty one years of my life oh it's still there but i'm slowly starting to undo it you know and it is it's really amazing it's really been amazing experience that's awesome no that's awesome that you're able to do that because yeah it's it's still lingers it's it's not going to go away i mean yeah well that's what i feel so sad 'cause i'm like.

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"zayed" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

Coffee With Chrachel

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"zayed" Discussed on Coffee With Chrachel

"Learning a lot about myself you know this past few months i'd say say year yeah and so feels exploring the things of my past and mining zayed us and i feel so like overall i feel i've reached a point where i'm looking to see where i can see therapist for my things that i'm thinking about like insurance finally have talked so highly of it bridge you'll has said all the time that you know you think everybody could stand to just talked with their business and you know i feel i've discovered a lot about myself and i've hit that point where it's like okay i think i need the expert opinion on this shit yep and so one thing that in particular that really really really stands out in my life as probably the number one anxiety thing and i just experienced we were buying h m things is spending money it's a huge zayed's of mine and i know exactly where it comes from but it goes it goes beyond just like their rational like we're not talking about like oh we don't have a lot of money right now like we need to be more cautious or wherever like the rational things that we're all brawl fucked financially like we all get that like i say to myself that like when we're in a better financial spy the future when i don't have student loans and all that stuff i tell myself all the time like oh it'll be fine you know that by that point all feel great but i i guarantee you that i will still be this fucking weird about spending money whenever i got to that point too because i have another reason in my head to light not spending money.

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"zayed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"zayed" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To the market some breaking news to bring you a german chancellor angela merkel's chief of staff peter altmaier is slated to become acting finance minister replacing wolfgang sch lead that this is according to the newspaper sueddeutsche chef zayed hung out mayer is in described in some places as the most powerful man in the land of course he's angela merkel's righthandman to some extent so that is something to keep an eye on also have breaking news out of france as cpi coming out you harmonize monthonmonth and year on year both at beating estimates and we get data for the year is out at ten a m uk time ahead of all that we look ahead to the european equity market opening just over ten minutes time we saw gains in asia even though the mci asiapacific index is heading for its first monthly loss in nine months years talks fifty futures higher by twotenths percent tax teaches high by two tents have sent cac forty peaches flat footsie100 futures up by one tenth of a percent and the ethics space it's the dollar in focus the bloomberg dollar index heading for its best week in 2017 but that's not enough to stop a third quarterly loss for the billion dollar index if we look at it against other currencies take a look at dollaryen that is high by twotenths percent one twelve spot fifty nine when it comes to adullah we are pretty much unchanged on that cross at one 1794 we have seen a little bit of weakness in sterling though coming through aim this session if we take a look at cable we are down on waste will down one tenth of sent one thirty four twenty six and fixed income space the 10year treasury yields apple mr basis point to two point three two percent the 10year bund yield pretty much unchanged at forty eight basis points that hit fifty basis points yesterday session by looking ahead to the guilt market open as well of course as in the commodity space wti crude a little weak down twotenths percent fifty one spot 47 brent crude at 57 spot forty one but oil is heading for its best months since april 2016 that's your bloomberg business flash she sandra kilholf with more on what's going on around the world good morning narra the un secretarygeneral says the plains of muslim refugees from me and now has become a human rights nightmare antonio guiterrez has urged me in mount.

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"zayed" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"zayed" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Accommodation she needed are you ready for this for harangue zayed cognitive deficits in other words she stupid she has cognitive deficit so she stupid in other words that's a cognitive deficits means you're stupid i mean in my day and age of you if you add cognitive deficit you would dumb and you went in the dump class you didn't slow the whole class down the you know why we have very few kids who excel tip today because they're considered the outcasts every benefit in every school is given for the outcasts no they given for the dummies and the miscreants there's a great cartoonist named ben garrison you may have seen him on in four as he's terrific so we did a whole new panel of nfl team james renamed and here's the names he came up with the pittsburgh steelers the carolina concuss the cleveland reds would they star hammer and sickle on their on their jerseys the seattle snowflakes the denver the denver virtue signallers the indianapolis ingrates the tennessee tantrums and san francisco pinkie night here so yesterday yesterday yesterday you on here but my day off i'll give you my day off off the air i take a ferry at the san francisco because it was a calm quiet really hot day cycle and the ferry you know i figured one i haven't done it years i didn't have teddy with me saw it was unrecognised had ahead teddy with me it would have been another story everyone recognizes teddy me they don't know that's why i'm in radio some on the boat minding my business the boats polling at the san francisco so this kind of pudgy guy with a wrinkles short hanging out of his pants a real slog and the deck hand start to talk about trump and the deck hand says to the to the slav boy i hope that trump backing the wrong guy in alabama is an indicator of what's coming during the midterm elections as all right here we go again so the pudgy guy starts in with one word or another and i don't know why i mean i didn't like what i was hearing but they were talking very loud about politics assuming that they were in a safe space meaning everyone agrees with their left wing fanaticism i wanted to let these people know that there are people amongst them who don't agree with them so i i get out stuck my nose into.

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"zayed" Discussed on KELO

KELO

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"zayed" Discussed on KELO

"Accommodation she needed are you ready for this for harangue zayed cognitive deficits in other words she stupid she has cognitive deficit so she stupid in other words that's a cognitive deficits means you stupid i mean in my day and age of you if you add cognitive deficit you would dum dum class you didn't slow the whole class down the you know why we have very few kids who excel too today because they're considered the outcasts every benefit in every school is given for the outcasts no they given for the dummies and the miscreants so we'll talk about the harvard law grad suit that alleges a lack of bar exam accommodations which destroyed her big law career you're not going to believe this its onboard gets worse but before i do any of that there's a great cartoonist named ben garrison you may have seen him on enforce he's terrific so we did a whole new panel of nfl teams renamed and here's the names he came up with the pittsburgh steelers the carolina concuss was the cleveland reds would they star hammer and sickle on their on their jerseys the seattle snowflakes the denver the denver virtue signallers the indianapolis ingrates the tennis see tantrums and the san francisco pinkie night here so yesterday yesterday yesterday do you on hear about my day off i'll give you my day off off the air i take a ferry at the san francisco because it was a calm quiet really hot day cycle on the ferry you know i figured one i haven't done it years my i think my own business no one knows me most people don't listen to radio as you.

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"zayed" Discussed on The Android Police Podcast

The Android Police Podcast

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"zayed" Discussed on The Android Police Podcast

"Light environments i think granted their rigour each year algorithms still leaves little bit beat zayed for me i'm cameras good battery life is surprisingly good three thousand millon powers on five and a half inch display but i think snapdragon eight thirty five definitely pulls its weight in terms of power efficiency helps out the phone a lot the boom sound speakers sound fantastic like the most powerful speakers probably on any smartphone out there um they believe december two good they had found jack audio urged i should say the u s b c don goal jack audio sounds really great to very powerful the screen is the tuning out of the box for the colors as annoyingly saturated you can change and develop robson's to uh sergey be but think about screen annoys me is the light bleed along the bottom of the panel is insane like it just looks crappy like it was just a badly built phone and for seven hundred dollars just doesn't feel right to me the other thing is performance is decent but not what i was expecting it doesn't feel crazy snappy i think the chips being throttled fairly conservatively and i also discount get the feeling the design of the phone feels old you know you have these big basil's and phone just this the whole glass sandwich thing that h he's he's doing now does you'll modern to me it feels like they're trying to do their own thing versus lg and samsung but.

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